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8pm – 10pm
739 Church Ave
New York, New York 11218
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John Adam Wasowicz, author of Jones Point, will be appearing alongside broadcast journalist Derek McGinty for a reading and discussion at Busboys and Poets. McGinty will perform a live narration of Jones Point. Moderating the discussion is Ciera Shine, host of Sankifa with Shine.
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Oct. 14, 6:30pm
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th St NW (14th & V)
Washington, DC 20009
Carrie Conners, author of Luscious Struggle, was featured in the Dear Ocean reading series, a climate-inspired event presented by the Human Impacts Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Carrie was among a line-up of poets and creators, including Bailey Alejandro Cohen-Vera, Layne Glasgow, I. S. Jones, Monica Lewis, and Mingpei Li. The evening was hosted by the Human Impacts Institute Artist-in-Residence Kwame Opoku-Duku and the Unbnd Collective.
Stay tuned for more readings and events with Carrie through the new year, and an upcoming interview with Carrie from Dichtung Yammer!
Brickhouse Books is proud to present Linda Quinlan, whose manuscript Chelsea Creek won the Wicked Woman Book Prize. Linda will receive her prize and read from her work at a luncheon at the Arts Club of Washington on September 12, 2019. The event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is required at www.artsclubofwashington.org/events.
Linda Quinlan has been published in numerous literary journals, some of which include Pudding, New Orleans Review, Sinister Wisdom, and the North Carolina Literary Review. She was Poet of the Year in Wisconsin and had a play entitled When I Go to Sleep performed at the Players Theater in Waitsfield, Vermont. She lives with her partner in Montpelier, Vermont.
Brickhouse Books is proud to announce that Linda Quinlan has won the Charlene Kushner Wicked Woman Book Prize for her manuscript Chelsea Creek. Judge Rose Solari lauded the manuscript for its “beautifully controlled but deeply felt elegiac tone.” We look forward to publishing this work, and hope to make it available in September.
Other finalists were Rasma Haidri for Blue Like Apples and Alex Stolis for The Knife Thrower’s Wife. Thank you to all who submitted and gave us the chance to read their work.
An award ceremony and reading from Chelsea Creek will take place at the Arts Club of Washington on September 12th.
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Geraldine Connolly is the author of a chapbook, The Red Room, and four full-length poetry collections: Food for the Winter, Province of Fire, Hand of the Wind, and her new book, Aileron. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Georgia Review, The Cortland Review, and Shenandoah. It has been anthologized in Poetry 180: A Poem a Day for American High School Students; Sweeping Beauty: Contemporary Women Poets Do Housework; and The Doll Collection.
Doritt Carroll is a native of Washington, D.C. Her poems have appeared in Coal City Review, Poet Lore, Gargoyle, Nimrod, and Slipstream, among others. Her collection GLTTL STP was published in 2013, and her chapbook Sorry You Are Not An Instant Winner was published in 2017.
Wednesday, October 3, 6:30 p.m.
Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped
415 Park Avenue
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Doritt Carroll (Sorry You Are Not An Instant Winner, GLTTL STP) will be appearing with poet Geraldine Connolly (Aileron, The Red Room) at the Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH) on October 3rd for a signing.
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Poetry & Conversation: Geraldine Connolly & Doritt Carroll
Wednesday, October 3
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH)
415 Park Ave
John Adam Wasowicz recently appeared at the pre-opening of Adventure Bound Books, an independent bookstore in Morganton, North Carolina. When interviewed by The News Herald, Wasowicz spoke extensively about the importance of small-town bookstores, and praised the folks behind these vital small businesses.
Read more at morganton.com.