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Maya Marshall in conversation with Nicole Homer

Poetry Foundation 61 W Superior St, Chicago

Haymarket Books is a radical, independent, nonprofit book publisher based in Chicago. Maya Marshall (she/her) is the author of All the Blood Involved in Love and cofounder of underbelly, the journal on the practical magic of poetic revision. She has taught at Northwestern University and Loyola University Chicago, and holds fellowships from MacDowell and Cave […]

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Open Door: Dreaming Ages

Poetry Foundation 61 W Superior St, Chicago

Join us for Dreaming Ages, an in-person installment of the Open Door series with Zachary Cahilll, Ama Codjoe, Calvin Forbes, Maud Lavin, Sungjae Lee, and Jenny Lin. The Open Door series highlights creative relationships in Chicago, including mentorship and collaboration. Dreaming Ages explores nonlinear as well as chronological time in aging. and plays against silences […]

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Modern Poetry: Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué’s Madness

Poetry Foundation 61 W Superior St, Chicago

Al Filreis will conduct a collaborative close reading of poems from Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué's book Madness (Nightboat, 2022). Participants include Laynie Browne, Al Filreis, Lisa Fishman, and Gabriel Ojeda-Sagué himself. A recording of this event will be made available in a free open-to-all online course called ModPo (on modern & contemporary U.S. poetry) hosted by the […]

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