Award-winning poet and performer Josh Lefkowitz will share work from his first full-length collection, Women of New York! Poems featured will include an array of dizzying wordplay on crushes, courtship, hamburgers, loneliness and love.
All tickets $10.
Josh Lefkowitz has had poems published in Court Green, The Hairpin, and elsewhere. He won The Hopwood Award for Poetry at the University of Michigan, and the 2013 Wergle Flomp humor poetry prize. He has performed in theaters and spaces across the country, and has recorded work for NPR's All Things Considered and BBC's Americana.
"Hilarious...witty entertainment...quirky, introspective...wise, funny...Lefkowitz gives every impression that he knows what he's doing." - Washington Post
"Shockingly Good...thoroughly entertaining...Lefkowitz proves a master of the well-chosen word." - Washington City Paper
"Smart, funny, with a gentle streak of hell-fire anger. My kind of guy." - Eric Bogosian
"Lefkowitz is a nimble, witty writer...hilarious...touching...highly-entertaining...combines the comic timing of David Sedaris with the relentless inspection of Spalding Gray, but he is a clone of neither man." - Baltimore Sun
"Terrific...often hilarious and occasionally moving. Lefkowitz transcends the ridiculousness of his own obsessions by acknowledging them and poking merciless fun at them." - Baltimore City Paper
"Move over, Woody Allen...a winning combination of guilelessness and astute observation...hysterical...infectious." - Washington Times
Tickets are $10.