The Poetry Project


Fall 2020 Workshop Reading with Aisha Sasha John, Kay Gabriel, and TC Tolbert

This past fall, workshop participants gathered collectively across disparate locations to explore ritual, collaboration, and the eternally urgent work of Bernadette Mayer. Please join us to celebrate the work from The Poetry Project’s Fall 2020 workshop participants!

Featuring readings by: Nico Amador, Emma Arvedon, Jo Barchi, Mariam Bazeed, Effie Bowen, Marnie Briggs, Lee Ann Brown, Michael Chang, Luz del Alba, Ry Dunn, Megan Gnanasihamany, Suzanne Goldenberg, Gregory Grube, Liz Janoff, Maryam Gunja, Sheryl Holland, Brendan Joyce, Amy Lam, BEE LB, Diane Ludin, Daniel Lupo, Nina Mamikunian, Sylvia Matas, Noa Mendoza, Jalynn Michelle, Amanda Monti, Claire Mullen, Elsbeth Pancrazi, Fox Rinne, Zoe Imani Sharpe, Violet Spurlock, Rosie Stockton, Leor Stylar, Sanna Wani, Matti Weiss, Fan Wu, Alize Zorlutuna, and more TBA

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