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AWP in Seattle

Thursday, Febuary 27th

The Butterfly Lounge, AWP Off-Site Reading, Seattle!

PING PONG & POETRY CRUSH CROSS-POLLINATE AT THE BUTTERFLY LOUNGE

(inside Grimm’s)

7-10pm, Seattle, Washington

Start off your Thursday night with a mysterious and intimate reading experience at Seattle’s Butterfly Lounge –The dark wood & walls of glass-cased butterflies are sure to inspire courageous & metamorphic readings. Arrive as larva, depart as butterfly.

Readers include: Kim Addonizio, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, Joanna Fuhrman, Joe Hall, Cheryl Quimba, Adeena Karasick, Amy Lawless, James Maughn, Sampson Starkweather, Dan Shapiro, J. Hope Stein, Rauan Klassnik, Janaka Stucky, Maria Garcia Teutsch, Peter Kline and Brittany Perham.

March 1, 2014 9:30 am

Drawing Out the Poet: Visual Art in the Writing Workshop

Scheduled Room: Room 2A, Washington State Convention Center, Level 2

Drawing Out the Poet: Visual Art in the Writing Workshop. (Matthew Burgess, Joanna Fuhrman, Thomas Devaney, Sara Jane Stoner, Abraham Avnisan) A Grecian Urn set Keats’s imagination in motion, and Brancusi’s golden bird triggered Mina Loy’s flight of words. Writing in response to visual art and incorporating visual media into our poetic practice engages the imagination in exciting ways: it can quicken our attention, free us of familiar modes, and stimulate some of our best work. The poet-teachers on this panel examine the role of visual art in their own practice, and they share innovative techniques for inspiring student writing.

https://www.awpwriter.org/awp_conference/overview

Friday, March 7th

TWO HEADS

Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop

126A Front Street, Brooklyn, New York 11201

In Joanna Fuhrman’s and Toni Simon’s mixed-media literary project, Egyptian gods, stripped of their context and role, wander various New York City (mainly Brooklyn) neighborhoods trying to figure out where they belong, how to make sense of what they have lost, and how to get along with one another. Joanna Fuhrman writes poems in response to the photographs. The artists have created several series of photo/poem combinations in Chinatown, the Reversible Destiny Studio, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Gowanus and Red Hook.

April 7th, 6:30

Dia Foundation Poetry Reading

With David Trinidad

535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY

6 dollars general admission, 3 dollars for students, seniors and members

http://www.diaart.org/events/main/578