Diane di Prima Readings on the East Coast
I’m reading with Michael Rumaker on October 9th
for the Olson100 celebration in Gloucester, MA
Google it! The festival has already started.
Many other fine readings and events are going on day & night, thru Oct 10.
DIANE DI PRIMA: AN EVENING OF READING & CONVERSATION
October 15, Friday, 6:00pm, Martin E. Segal Theatre
Join the iconic poet and activist Diane di Prima for a rare New York City appearance. After her reading, Graduate Center Professor Ammiel Alcalay will engage her in a conversation about her work and life. Over the span of her remarkable career, di Prima has published 43 books of poetry and prose and, as per Allen Ginsberg, “broke barriers of race-class identity and delivered a major body of verse brilliant in its particularity.” She is presently the Poet Laureate of San Francisco. A two-volume Lost & Found <http://www.centerforthehumanitiesgc.org/lostandfound> chapbook selection of her lectures on poets H.D. and Robert Duncan will be available for purchase on the night of the event.
Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York
ALSO IN NY:
DIANE DI PRIMA READING WITH AMMIEL ALCALAY
OCTOBER 16 1:00 – 3:45: NOTE TIME!!!
After reading, there will be Q & A with the audience.
THE BOWERY POETRY CLUB
308 Bowery (Between Houston and Bleecker)
F train to 2nd Ave, 6 to Bleecker
email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> 212-614-0505
Admission is usually $5 – 10
I MAY ALSO BE PERFORMING
ON OCTOBER 20 AT THE LIVING THEATRE
HOWEVER, THIS HAS NOT YET BEEN CONFIRMED.
Yu can check with them. Contact:
Brad Burgess (978) 273-5443 or email@example.com
THE LIVING THEATRE
21 CLINTON ST NY
directions at www.LivingTheatre.org
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