Join us for the fourth night of our new monthly Sunday evening reading series of utterly fantastic poets & writers at Bowery Poetry. First Sundays from 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM.
This month will feature poets Kim Rosenfield, Diana Hamilton, Jeffery Berg, and Charity Coleman!
Tickets: $10 advance $12 at the door $15 for double feature: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/975573
The Double Feature: $15 tickets for both! Marie Howe, Nick Flynn and Mark Conway will be reading from 6-8 PM at an event called A Little Blake Shining Through, directly before. Come early and hang out at both events for a special combo. http://www.boweryartsandscience.org/events/384-howe-conway-flynn-a-little-blake-shining-through
KIM ROSENFIELD is the author of five books of poetry. Her latest, USO: I’ll Be Seeing You was released by Ugly Duckling Presse in February 2013. She is a recent recipient of a Fund For Poetry grant and is a member of the international artist’s/writers collective, Collective Task. She is a practicing psychotherapist and lives and works in NYC.
DIANA HAMILTON is the author of Okay, Okay (Truck Books), a book-length poem about women crying at work, and three chapbooks out this fall or winter: Universe (Ugly Duckling), 23 Women to Kiss Before You Die (Make Now Books), and Some Shit Advice (The Physiocrats).
JEFFERY BERG grew up in Six Mile, South Carolina and Lynchburg, Virginia. He received an MFA from NYU. His poems have appeared in Court Green, the Gay & Lesbian Review, Map Literary, Assaracus and Harpur Palate. He has written reviews for The Poetry Project Newsletter and Lambda Literary. A Virginia Center of the Creative Arts fellow, Jeffery lives in the East Village and blogs at jdbrecords.
CHARITY COLEMAN is the author of Julyiary, a medieval contemporary breviary, and the work in progress, Sleepless Nights Revisited. She is a co-curator of the Segue Reading Series.