If you're in town, please stop by!
Where and When:
Sunday, May 7th, 5-7PM
82 W. 3rd Street
Who and What:
Three poets read to celebrate their new books:
New Book: Poems in the Manner of... (Scribner)
David Lehman is the series editor of The Best American Poetry, and is also the editor of the Oxford Book of American Poetry. His other books of poetry include New and Selected Poems, Yeshiva Boys, When a Woman Loves a Man, and The Daily Mirror. His most recent nonfiction book is Sinatra’s Century. He teaches at The New School and lives in New York City and Ithaca, New York.
New Book: Corporations Are People, Too! (NYQ Books)
Jerome Sala’s other books of poems include The Cheapskates, Prom Night (a collaboration with artist Tamara Gonzales), Look Slimmer Instantly, Raw Deal: New and Selected Poems, The Trip, I Am Not a Juvenile Delinquent and Spaz Attack. His poems and essays have appeared in The Nation, Pleiades, Evergreen Review and Rolling Stone.
New Book: In Memory of an Angel (City Lights Books)
David Shapiro is a poet, literary and art critic and presently teaches art history at Patterson College and literature at Cooper Union. He published his first poem at age 13 and his first collection, January (1965), at age 18. Subsequent volumes include Poems from Deal (1969), A Man Holding an Acoustic Panel (1971), The Page-Turner (1972), Lateness (1977), To an Idea (1983), House (Blown Apart) (1988), After a Lost Original (1994), A Burning Interior (2002), and New and Selected Poems (1965–2006) (2007).