EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

NYC Readings  in celebration of Green Girl‘s Harper Perennial P.S. relaunch:

June 24. Brooklyn. (Re)launch, in conversation with Elissa Schappell. The Powerhouse Arena, 37 Main Street, DUMBO. 7pm. Named a Critic’s Choice at Time Out New York.

June 26 New York. Reading and conversation with Jenny Offill. Center for Fiction,  17 E. 47th Street. 7pm.

July 1 New York. Reading and Q&A with poet Adam Fitzgerald. McNally Jackson, 52 Prince Street. 7pm.

also:

September 5. Brooklyn. Conversation with Jenny Zhang, upon release of her HAGS chapbook from Guillotine. WORD.

 

PAST EVENTS

May 31. New York.Book Signing at Book Expo, Table 10, 10am.

May 3. New York. Segue Series, reading with Melanie Neilson. Zinc Bar, 82 W. 3rd Street. 4:30-6:30pm.

April 12. Brooklyn. BOMB Wendy’s Subway Benefit with Lisa Robertson, Rob Fitterman, Alan Felsenthal, and Simon Van Booy. Wendy’s Subway, 722 Metropolitan Avenue. 7pm.

March 28. New York. Reading and conversation with Veronica Gonzalez Pena. 192 Books. 192 Tenth Avenue.

January 11, 5:15-6:30pm. Chicago. MLA. Chicago Marriott, Chicago A-B. Panel on “The Politics of Poetry in Performance”. With Douglas Kearney, Christine Wertheim, and Ronaldo Wilson.

January 11, 8pm. Chicago. Red Rover Series: MLA/ The Vulnerable Rumble. Outer Space, 1474 N. Milwaukee Avenue. With lots of other readers.

December 4. New York. Craft Talk at Sarah Lawrence College, “Notes on a New Tenderness.”

October 15. New York. KGB reading with Adam Fitzgerald and others.

September 21. New York. Rerelease of Chris Kraus’ Aliens and Anorexia (Native Agents) with a reading from the work with Chris, myself, Ariana Reines, Veronica Gonzalez, Masha Tupitsyn and Emily Gould. McNally Jackson. 7pm.

September 11. New York. Conversation with Lauren Elkin and Siri Hudsvedt on Lauren’s essay on women writing (which includes a reading of HEROINES). McNally Jackson.

June 5. Brooklyn, NY. 7pm. Community Bookstore. Conversation with Katherine Angel, author of Unmastered: A Book on Desire, Most Difficult to Tell.

January 24, New York. Reading with Matias Viegener and Barbara Browning. 8pm. McNally Jackson.

January 23, Brooklyn, NY. 7pm. Community Bookstore in Park Slope. Reading and conversation with Lisa Cohen.

November 28, Manchester, NH – Visiting Writer at New Hampshire Institute of Arts

November 9, Brookyn—Sponsored by The New Inquiry. Conversation with Laurie Penny. 7pm. Unnameable Books.

November 7, Chicago – Visiting Writer at University of Chicago, Logan Center, 8th Floor,

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November 5, Chicago – Visiting Writer at Columbia College Chicago, Hokin Hall 109, 623 S. Wabash Avenue, 6pm. With Colette Brooks.

November 4, Chicago—Uncharted Books, 2630 N. Milwaukee, 7:30pm. With Suzanne Scanlon.

November 1, Philadelphia- Feminism/s series at University of Pennsylvania, Kelly Writers House Arts Cafe, 6-7pm.

September 13 – NYC – Bluestocking Books Reading and conversation with Tamara Faith Berger (I’ll be reading from Green Girl)—Transcript of conversation online at The Believer

May 1-2 - Boulder, Naropa – Inaugural Jack Kerouac School Symposium on Violence and Community with Visiting Writers: David Buuck, Gabrielle Civil, Melissa Buzzeo, and myself. Curated by Bhanu Kapil and Michelle Naka Pierce.

April 25 - NYC, 7pm Reading at St. Mark’s Bookshop with Trinie Dalton and Masha Tupitsyn. Write-up by Eileen Myles in Poetry Foundation.

April 22 - New Orleans, LA Maple Leaf Reading series with Lara Glenum and Gina Abelkop.

April 21 - Baton Rouge, LA with Gina Abelkop.

April 18 - Atlanta, GA Solar Anus reading series at Beep Beep gallery with Gina Abelkop, CAConrad, and Magdalena Zurawski

April 16 - Durham, NC Finger & Thumb reading with Gina Abelkop and Carrie Murphy. At the Pinhook, 6:30pm.

March 14 – Chapel Hill, NC Flyleaf Books

March 1 – Chicago, IL AWP off-sites, at Beauty Bar and at a bathroom of a goth club

February 19- NYC, KGB Bar Reading with Suzanne Scanlon and Helen Phillips. Review of reading at Electric Literature.

February 14 – Brooklyn, NY Franklin Park Reading Series with Ben Marcus, Chiara Barzini. Review of reading at Electric Literature.

November 20 – NYC, Sunday Salon with Men Undressed

November 18 – Philadelphia, PA Moles not Molar reading series

November 4 – Los Angeles, LA Skylight Books with Kate Durbin.

November 3 – Valencia, CA Visiting Writer at CalArts

October 30 – Chicago, IL Sunday Salon

October 28 – Chicago, IL Women and Children First

October 18 – NYC Dixon Place with Laurie Weeks

October 14 San Diego, CA & Now Festival of New Writing: Tomorrowland Forever. Two panels: “What’s that Mess? It’s Excess!” with Kate Durbin, Bhanu Kapil, Amaranth Borsuk, and Johannes Goransson and “Seeing Stars” with Tisa Bryant, Roxanne Carter and Ronaldo Wilson

October 7 Portland, OR Powell’s City of Books on Burnside with Lidia Yuknavitch, Kristen Thiel