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The Unseen

The Unseen is a curated exhibition showcasing marginalized artists in their personal work to freedom and self expression. We are looking for female, non-binary, and LGBTQ artists willing to share their personal journey’s as the Unseen, those who have been shut out or quieted by the greater artistic establishment. Here we may give voice to ourselves. We are looking for visual artists, acoustic performers, spoken word artists, or performance based works. The event will be open to the public and will include a private showing of the first scene of the Quiet Crowd. Have tacos, desert, and listen to La Vie En Rose with us in the dining room.

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The Unseen: Open for Submissions

The Quiet Crowd is having a huge art show and we are open for submissions! The Unseen is a curated exhibition showcasing marginalized artists in their personal work to freedom and self expression. We are looking for female, non-binary, and LGBTQ artists willing to share their personal journey’s as the Unseen, those who have been shut out or quieted by the greater artistic establishment. Here we may give voice to ourselves. We are looking for visual artists, acoustic performers, spoken word artists, or performance based works. The event will be open to the public and will include a private showing of the first scene of the Quiet Crowd. Have wine, food, and listen to La Vie En Rose with us in the garden. To submit…

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Tupelo Press Reading & Party

Please join us as we celebrate Tupelo Press’s most recent titles. This reading and party will feature presentations of new work by Nomi Stone, Joseph Campana, David Huddle, Geri Doran, Gregory Spatz, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Kevin McIlvoy, Jake Levine, Kristin Bock, Chaun Ballard, and Marlon Fick. Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there! Contact: Kristina Marie Darling

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TriQuarterly’s Annual Reading

Immediately preceding readings from Northwestern University Press, TriQuarterly will celebrate sixty years in publication with readings from recent contributors, including Jericho Brown, LaTanya McQueen, Kayleb Rae Candrilli, Gabriela Garcia, Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, and Bonnie Nadzam. Appetizers and beverages will be provided. The Northwestern University Press reading will follow at the same location from 7:30–9:00 p.m. Contact: TriQuarterly

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Tupelo Press Native Voices: Reading and Launch Party

Please join us as we celebrate the launch of Native Voices: Indigenous American Poetry, Craft, and Conversations, edited by CMarie Fuhrman and Dean Rader. This reading and party will feature presentations of original poetry by anthology contributors. Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there! Contact: Kristina Marie Darling

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Tupelo Press 30/30 and Conference Alumni Reading and Reunion

Join us at history Taborspace for the fourth annual reading of poet-alumni of the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project and Conferences. A stellar lineup of contributing poets will read from their poems and have the opportunity to meet one another, sometimes for the first time. Light refreshments will be available and we welcome the public to attend! [from the AWP offsite events schedule]

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A Reading & Celebration: University of Akron Press & Noctuary Press

Please join us for a celebration of Noctuary Press’s and the University of Akron Press’s latest titles. This reading and party will feature presentations of poetry by Denise Duhamel and Julie Marie Wade, whose book, The Unrhymables, launches this year, as well as readings by Brittany Cavallaro, Krystal Languel, and Tyler Mills. Contact: Kristina Marie Darling

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Tupelo Quarterly & Fordham University Press: A Reading & Party

Please join us for a celebration of Tupelo Quarterly’s contributors and Fordham University Press’s most recent authors. This event will feature readings of original poetry and prose by Victoria Chang, Kara Candito, Mary Biddinger, Rebecca Hazelton, Karyna McGlynn, Jennifer S. Cheng, and others. Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to seeing you there!

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