Triangle Quarterly: Lawless, Dias-Porter, Mullin

Sun, 10 September 2017 // 05:30 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

Please join us for the next reading of Triangle Quarterly--a series dedicated to exploring diverse styles and genres of poetry, curated and hosted by Anton Yakovlev.

Each reading features 3 poets writing in distinctly different modes. After the readings the 3 poets assemble onstage for a Q&A and a discussion where they react to each other's work!

This readers for the evening are: Amy Lawless, Joel Dias-Porter, and Rick Mullin.

Amy Lawless is the author of two books of poems including My Dead (Octopus Books). Her third poetry collection Broadax is forthcoming in the fall from Octopus Books. A chapbook A Woman Alone is just out from Sixth Finch. With Chris Cheney she is the author of the hybrid book I Cry: The Desire to Be Rejected from Pioneer Works Press' Groundworks Series (2016). Poems appeared widely and have been anthologized in Best American Poetry 2013, Academy of American Poets' Poem-a-Day: 365 Poems for Every Occasion, and the Brooklyn Poets Anthology (Brooklyn Arts Press). She received a poetry fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts in 2011. She teaches writing and poetry and lives in Brooklyn.

Joel Dias-Porter (@Diasporter) was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. He represented Washington DC as a team member or Individual Competitor at the National Poetry Slam for six consecutive years; 1994 Asheville NC, 1995 Ann Arbor MI, 1996 Portland OR, 1997 Middletown CT, 1998 Austin TX, and 1999 Chicago IL. He made the Individual Finals five years in a row (94-98) and in 1998 & 1999 was also Heads Up Haiku Slam Champion. The places his poems have been published include Time Magazine, Poetry, Mead, The Offending Adam, Best American Poets 2014, Callalloo, Ploughshares, Antioch Review, Red Brick Review, Asheville Review, Beltway Quarterly, and the anthologies Resisting Arrest, Gathering Ground, Love Poetry Out Loud, Meow: Spoken Word from the Black Cat, Short Fuse, Role Call, Def Poetry Jam, 360 Degrees of Black Poetry, Slam (The Book), Revival: Spoken Word from Lollapallooza, Poetry Nation, Beyond the Frontier, Spoken Word Revolution, and Catch a Fire. Performances include the Today Show, SlamNation, and the film Slam. A Cave Canem fellow, he lives in Atlantic City, NJ.

Rick Mullin is a journalist, painter and poet. His poetry has appeared in various journals and anthologies, including Epiphany, American Arts Quarterly, The New Criterion, The Shit Creek Review, and Rabbit Ears: Poems about TV. He is the author of six volumes of poetry and two chapbooks including Soutine and Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle, both published by Dos Madres Press, and The Stones Jones Canzones, published by Finishing Line Press. He most recent collection, Transom, was published by Dos Madres Press earlier this year. He is currently working on the second edition of his first book, the epic poem Huncke, which was published in 2010 by Seven Towers, Dublin, Ireland.

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