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AWP 2019 // Wave Books at the IPRC
March 29, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 11:45 pmFree
Come out to one of Portland’s coolest literary spaces, the Independent Publishing Resource Center, and help us make an edition and learn how to sew a simple booklet. Then, in the evening, join us for a celebratory reading by Wave poets. Readers will include:
Aaron Kunin, Danielle Dutton, Dorothea Lasky, Joshua Beckman, Magdalena Zurawski, Michael Earl Craig, Prageeta Sharma, Rachel Zucker, Rodney Koeneke, Richard Meier, Tyehimba Jess, Matthew Zapruder, John Beer, Alejandro de Acosta, and Dara Wier.
The book-sewing will go from 2–5PM; the reading will go from 5–11PM.