Carrie Conners recently took part in “Poetry During a Time of Crisis,” a virtual poetry reading series produced by the West Virginia Humanities Council. Carrie read “Sex Ed,” which appears in Luscious Struggle.
Kathi Wolfe will appear at Zed’s in Silver Spring, Maryland this Friday to read selections from Love and Kumquats.
Friday, March 6 at 6pm
8225 Georgia Ave.
Silver Spring, MD
Our friends at the Kensington Row Bookshop are holding a poetry reading with poets David Ebenbach and Dana Roeser. Join them this Wednesday for this free event!
Wednesday, February 26, 7pm
Kensington Row Bookshop
3786 Howard Ave
Kensington, MD 20895
Event Arranged by Judith McCombs; M.C. Mary Sesso
- November 29th and 30th, 10am–3pm | Principle Gallery, Alexandria, VA
- December 6th, 6–9pm | Prospero’s Bookstore, Manassas, VA
- December 7th, noon–4pm | Barnes & Noble, Hamilton, NJ
- December 15th, 11am–3pm | Book Warehouse, Lancaster, PA
- December 21st, 10am–2pm | Barnes & Noble, Manassas, VA
- December 29th, 10am–2pm | Barnes & Noble, Encinitas, CA
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.
SAVE THE DATE!
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.