The Poet in New York

Mon, 28 October 2013 // 09:00 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

"New, New York Poetry" Featured Poets + OPEN MIC + Musical Accompaniment make for a wild window into New York's many poetic voices and scenes.

Featuring Poets Tadeusz Dąbrowski, Charles Gariepy, Tami Sussman, musical guest Ian Temple, and a surprise…

Come to hear where New York poetry is going, and bring a poem to share your words. Twice-Monthly, Mondays from 9pm to midnight. $10 admission.

Tadeusz Dąbrowski – (b. 1979) Poet, essayist, critic. Editor of the literary bimonthly “Topos”. He has been published in many journals in Poland. Recipient of stipends awarded by the Omi international Arts Center (NY, 2013), the Vermont Studio Center (2011), and many others. He has been nominated for NIKE, the most important Polish literary award (2010). His work has been translated into 20 languages. Editor of the anthology Poza słowa. Antologia wierszy 1976–2006 (2006). Author of eight volumes of poetry, a collection of his poetry in English entitled Black Square (2011) was released by Zephyr Press. He lives in Gdańsk on the Baltic coast of Poland.

Charles Gariepy is a poet, performer and proprietor of a reading series known as RATCOURT, which runs every now-and-then in Brooklyn. He also makes plays and installations with a group called RUDY's. He lives in Brooklyn Heights.

Tami Sussman ( ) threw herself into the Spoken Word scene in 2012 and wrote and performed her first one-woman show “My Furry Heart”. The show was a tremendous success attracting hundreds of audience members across a series of 5 shows. Tami has since been invited on various radio programs and to MC and perform at a range of festivals and events around Australia and New Zealand. Now a very recognisable face within the Sydney poetry community, Tami is venturing to New York (for the very first time!) to connect with her artistic roots.

Ian Temple ( is a musician and entrepreneur based in Brooklyn. He's toured extensively in Europe and North America with various musical projects, including an ambient piano trio called Sontag Shogun and an orchestral rock group called [the] slowest runner [in all the world]. He's played with an array of diverse artists such as Matana Roberts, Julia Kent, Tom Carter, Aki Onda and others, as well as numerous filmmakers and visual artists. His music has frequently been called music to dream away to.