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Notable New York: 8/26-9/1

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TUESDAY 08/27: Wayne Koestenbaum continues making the rounds, reading from his new book My 1980s and Other Essays. Tuesday’s event includes a reading and a discussion with documentary filmmaker John Walter (How to Draw a Bunny). McNally Jackson, 7pm, free. Mental Marginalia, “literary NYC’s drunk uncle” and a pretty great reading series, turns two this […]

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Notable New York: 07/29-08/04

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MONDAY 07.29 Join the Mystery Writers of America for a reading featuring Annamaria Alfieri, Kevin Egan, Clare Toohey, Kate Lincoln, Susan Olsen, Cathi Stoler and Sheila York. KGB Bar, 7pm, free. TUESDAY 07.30 Birds, LLC hosts a reading featuring Dan Magers, Bianca Stone, Sampson Starkweather, Justin Marks, Paige Taggert, and Chris Tonelli. The West, 8pm, […]

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Notable New York: 6/3-6/9

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Monday 06/03: To start your week with something a little different, catch Poetry in Theatre: Early Frank O’Hara + Plays by Contemporary Poets, which includes works by Ariana Reines, Jim Fletcher, Kenneth Goldsmith, Bob Holman, and Yusef Komunyakaa. Elebash Theatre, 2pm-9pm, free. Elliott Holt launches her new novel You Are One of Them tonight. powerHouse […]

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Notable New York: 5/13-5/19

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Monday 05/13: Emily Books presents “What is the Queer Novel?” featuring a reading and discussion with Sarah Schulman and Barbara Browning. Housing Works Bookstore, 7pm, free. The Franklin Park Reading Series welcomes a killer line-up featuring The Rumpus’ Roxane Gay, Karen Russell, Elissa Schappell, Leigh Newman, and Michael Heald. Franklin Park, 8pm, free. Tuesday 05/14: […]

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Notable NYC: 4/1-4/7

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Monday 04/01: Monday night the Poetry Project presents An Evening with Clark Coolidge featuring readings from Coolidge, Peter Gizzi, Marcella Durand, Miles Champion, Ron Padgett, Bill Corbett, Anne Waldman, John Godfrey, Geoffrey Young, and Thurston Moore. St. Mark’s Church, 8pm. Jackie Clark (Aphoria), Adam Fitzgerald (The Late Parade), Nate Pritts (Right Now More Than Ever), […]

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Notable San Francisco, This Week: 10/11-10/17

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This week in San Francisco, Twitter IRL, SOMArts asks How Do You Value Art?, more art at Hotel Biron, and even more art (and readings!) at Sub-Mission’s Skate This Art. Monday 10/11: Celebrate your inner nerd at the Commonwealth Club’s fireside chat with the founders of Twitter. Four years and 160 million users after launching, […]

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