Posts Tagged: Adam Fitzgerald
I’m not interested in poems that simply narrate or enact a performance of a life while the reader watches. It’s important that the work feel distilled and transformed. Poems that are elliptical or take a sidelong approach are more compelling, and feel more accurately aligned with lived experience, too (the truth told “slant” feels more true).
Saturday 12/27: Frank Garcia and Jon Bershad stage a live reading of The Interview, based on the motion picture censored by Sony Pictures. Treehouse 154, 7 p.m., free.
Thursday 1/1: Adam Fitzgerald, Adeena Karasick, Alan Felsenthal, Alan Gilbert, Alex Cuff, and a whole lot more poets read at the 41st Annual New Year’s Day Marathon Benefit....more
Monday 9/1: Todd Colby and Adam Fitzgerald read poetry. Fitzgerald’s The Late Parade explores phantom memories. BookCourt, 7 p.m., free.
Tuesday 9/2: Adam Wilson and Justin Taylor, literary best friends, talk about their story collections. Flings (August 2014) is Taylor’s includes a menagerie of unmoored characters struggling to find their place....more