Sun-drenched rooms and 70,000 volumes of poetry make New York’s Poets House the closest thing to heaven. The library was founded by poet Stanley Kunitz and arts administrator Elizabeth Kray in 1985, and has grown to become one of the most comprehensive poetry resources in the United States.
I’m honored and thrilled to be part of the Omnidawn celebration at Poets House on Friday, November 4. I’ll read from Our Lives Became Unmanageable, and I’ll get to hear amazing poets from Omnidawn’s 2016 lineup. Please join us—Admission is free, books are on sale, and the food is great!
Friday, November 4
Ten River Terrace, NYC
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