***Check out a recorded reading from The State She’s In in The Social Distance Reading Series sponsored by Green Mountains Review and The Vermont School!
World Fantasy Con, October 30th: 2 pm ET panel discussion on Weird Fiction; group reading of Weird literature, 10:30 pm ET to 12:30 am
THE HOT L SERIES hosted by Smartish Pace and Baltimore Poets Theater, Sunday November 8th: details TBD
Womxn@The Red Door, Farmington: details TBD
BREADLOAF ENVIRONMENTAL in Middlebury, VT: June 2021
SEWANEE WRITERS CONFERENCE in Sewanee, TN: July 2021
Readercon, Boston: July, 2021
OUTER DARK SYMPOSIUM FOR THE GREATER WEIRD: August 14-15th at the Silver Scream FX Lab in Conley, GA: reading from Unbecoming and panel about teaching weird lit
Bridgewater International Poetry Festival online, May 20-22
UNBECOMING VIRTUAL LAUNCH READING AT WISCON, May 22nd to 25th
ROCKED BY THE WATERS anthology Facebook Live launch reading, hosted by the English Dept. at Normandale Community College in Minneapolis, MN, May 7, Thursday, 7-8 PM, CST with Kris Bigalk, Teri Cross Davis, Camille Dungy, Rebecca Foust, Hedy Sabbagh Habra, Athena Kildegaard, and others (note: 8 pm EST)
BULL CITY PRESS PRESENTS: ZOOM READING from The State She’s In on April 11th at 7 pm with Alan King and Destiny Hemphill
Saturday 1/10: An Evening of Feminist Speculative Poetry with Jeannine Hall Gailey, 7 pm, Open Books, Seattle, WA.
Friday 1/9: MLA Off-Site Reading, Town Hall Forum, Seattle, 7:30 wine bar, 8 pm reading (with a crazy number of people). Note: the Forum is through the West entrance, and can only be accessed from Seneca Street, between 7th and 8th Avenue, immediately east of the freeway.
Wednesday 12/4: Launch Reading for A Literary Field Guide to Southern Appalachia, 4:30 pm Hillel House at W&L, with editor Laura-Gray Street and contributors Cathryn Hankla, Laura Long, Deborah Miranda, Thorpe Moeckel, Jim Peterson, R. T. Smith, Lesley Wheeler
Saturday 11/9: Uncanny Activisms: Poems as Spells, Curses, Prayers, and Blessings, a roundtable with Lesley Wheeler, Anna Lena Phillips Bell, Anna Maria Hong, Ashley M. Jones, Hyejung Kook, and Jane Satterfield at the C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference in Conway, Arkansas
Saturday 10/5: “Poetry’s Possible Worlds: 21st Century Verse and the Multiverse,” Lenfest Faculty Research Colloquium, Science Addition 214, W&L; the colloquium runs 9:30-1 with my presentation at about 12:30
Sunday 6/9: Reading with Sara Robinson from 2-4 pm at 2nd Act Books on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, VA
Sunday 5/12: Mother’s Day Reading with Lauren Camp and Susan Facknitz at the Ox-Eye Vineyard Tasting Room, 44 Middlebrook Ave, Staunton, VA, 3-5 pm
Thursday 3/28: Book Signing from 12-1 at the AWP Bookfair, Terrain.org, table 9029, Portland, OR
Saturday 3/22: Reading and Panel at the Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird, SILVER SCREAM FX LAB, 4215 Thurman Rd, Conley, Georgia
Wednesday 2/27: Rockbridge Area Relief Association Benefit Reading, multiple authors, Elrod Commons Living Room from 11 am to 12 pm, Washington & Lee in Lexington, VA
Saturday 5/19: Bridgewater International Poetry Festival Reading with Kirk Judd, Bridgewater College, VA, Boitnott Room, 10 am
Friday 4/27: SWAG Reading, Black Swan Bookstore, Staunton, 7 pm
Sunday 3/25: Mimosa Musings with Patsy Asuncion and Sara Robinson, The Bridge, Charlottesville, VA, 10:30-12 am
Thursday 3/8: Black Earth Institute AWP Off-Site Reading with About Place, 4-6:30, The Attic on Kennedy, Tampa, FL
Wednesday 1/24: Reading with Roberta Senechal de la Roche, Northen Auditorium in Leyburn Library, Washington and Lee University, Lexington VA, at 4:30 pm. Refreshments and books for sale.
Sunday 12/10: Back Room Readers Holiday Event at Lexington Coffee, W. Washington St., Lexington VA, 1-3 pm
Saturday 9/30: 100 Poets for Change, Writer House, Charlottesville VA, 4-6 pm
Thursday 9/28: Staged Interview with Susan Stewart, 4:30 pm, Stackhouse Theater, Elrod Student Center, Washington & Lee University, Lexington VA
Thursday 8/10: “Anne Spencer, George Herriman, Babble, and Doodle” for the 3 pm panel Modernist Comics with Chris Gavaler and Olivia Badoi, MSA 19, Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, NL
Thursday 5/25: Poetry and the Archives panel with Nat Anderson, Cynthia Hogue, and Cheryl Savageau, 8:30 am at Poetry by the Sea in Madison, CT
Saturday 4/30: Celebration of Borderlands and Crossroads: Writing the Motherland, CityLit Festival, Baltimore, 3 pm
Tuesday 4/18: “Poetry and the Big Questions,” a reading with Sara Robinson and Seth Michelson at the Colonnades in Charlottesville, 7:30-8:30 pm
Saturday 2/11: Signing at the AWP Bookfair, 2-3 pm, Poetry by the Sea table (644t)
Saturday 1/14: Reading at Bridgewater College International Poetry Festival
Saturday 10/1: Tea for Two, Poetry in Library Park with Laura-Gray Street, 11 am- 1 pm, Richmond
Friday 9/23: Kestrel Celebration Reading with Cathy Barber, Rick Campbell, Jørn Earl Otte, & Jane Varley, 5:30-8:00 pm, West Virginia Folklife Center, Fairmont, WV
Tuesday 6/28: Summer Poetry Salon with Emilia Phillips and Pam & Bob Ortiz, 4:30 pm, Rose O’Neill Literary House, Washington College, Chestertown, MD
Sunday 6/5: Joaquin Miller Poetry Series reading, 3 p.m., Rock Creek Park Nature Center Auditorium, D. C. Date TBA
Poetry by the Sea 5/24-38: Panel on Edna St. Vincent Millay (Weds. 5/25) and Poetry Reading (Sat. 5/28, 10:00-11:15), Mercy Center, Madison, CT
Sunday 4/24: Poetry Reading at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke, VA, 2 pm
Monday 4/11: Poetry Reading, 7:00 pm, Peirce Lounge, Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.
Saturday 4/2: A Night of Hijinx: Interim and Barrow Street with Gemstone Readings. AWP Offsite Event. 7:30-10:30 pm, Pieter Performance Space, 420 W Avenue 33, Unit 10, Los Angeles, California 90031. Reading with Holiday Black, Emily Carr, Colby Gillette, Laura Marie Marciano, Miguel Murphy, Andrew S. Nicholson, Rob Schlegel, Heather H. Thomas, Lesley Wheeler. Free entry and free bar (BYOB/donations/tips encouraged)
Friday, 4/1: AWP Panel F222: Women in Spec: Women Writers in Speculative Poetry and Fiction. 1:30-2:25. (Jeannine Gailey, Lesley Wheeler, Sally Kindred, Nancy Hightower, Margaret Rhee), Room 505 LA Convention Center, Meeting Room level.
Friday, 4/1: AWP Bookfair signing for Radioland, 11 am, Barrow Street Press (608), LA Convention Center. Another bookfair sighting: I’ll be holding Board office hours on Thurs. 4-5pm at AWP Booth 1011.
Thursday, 3/17: Together and Apart: A Poetry Reading with Gary Dop, Erika Meitner, and Lesley Wheeler, New Dominion Bookshop, 2 pm, for the Virginia Festival of the Book.
Tuesday, 3/15: Multigenre Reading and Talk with Chris Gavaler, 5 pm, Leyburn Library Book Nook, Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. Refreshments served.
Tuesday, 3/1: Poetry Reading with Rod Smith and John Leland, Hillel Multipurpose Room, at Washington and Lee in Lexington, Virginia. Free buffet lunch.
Friday 11/20: Dig and Be Dug in Return: A Participant Poetry Reading at the Modernist Studies Association Meeting, Staffordshire Room, Westin Copley,10 Huntington Avenue. Boston, MA, 5:30 pm
Wednesday 11/4: Book signing with Chris Gavaler at The Bookery, 107 W. Nelson Street, Lexington VA, 5-7 pm
Friday 6/19: Keynote Address at the Annual Arts and Humanities Research Conference, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Thursday 6/18: Reading at Wired Café, 6 p.m., admission free, 42 Pelham Street, Nottingham NG1 2EG, UK
Sunday 4/26: Poetry Doubleshot: A Reading with Seth Michelson and Lesley Wheeler, 1 p.m., Lexington Coffee, Lexington, Virginia
Friday 4/24: Blue Ridge Community College, Keynote Address, V building, 12:15-1:45, Weyers Cave, Virginia
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