7/25/21 First Moves, Last Moves: A Poetry Craft Class, at the Hudson Valley Writers Center. Register here.

7/30/21 Weaving and Building: Tools for Structuring a Poetry Book or Chapbook, craft class at the Northwestern University Summer Writers’ Conference.

12/21/21 Curated Conversation(s): A Latinx Poetry Show: M. Soledad Caballero discusses her debut collection, I Was a Bell, with Rebecca Morgan Frank


Recent Events:

April 24: 7 PM (EST) Couplet Reading Series with Martha Collins, Laura Cronk, Nathan McClain, Aimee Nezhukumatathil and Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers (Register here)

May 14: 12:30-1:30 PM (EST) Mass Poetry Festival. “New Elegies” with Erin Carlyle, Sumita Chakraborty, and Jessica Guzman.

4/7/2021 Hudson Valley Writers Center: Slapering Hol Press Presents: an evening with Indran Amirthanayagam, Rebecca Morgan Frank, and Vijay Seshadri

4/2021 DMQ Review Virtual Salon

3/31/21 Clermont College, Cincinnati, OH

3/30/21 Porter Square Books with Elly Truitt, author of Medieval Robots

3/14/21 Open Mouth Reading Series

3/1/21 Blacksmith House Reading Series with Natalie Shapero

2/25/21 A Mighty Blaze: Poets in Conversation with Will Harris and host Allison Adair

2/25/21 8 PM (EST) Sewanee Writers’ Conference Reading Series w/ Jaquira Díaz, Lars Horn, & Kathleen Winter

2/19/21 Oh You Robot Saints! Book Launch, Pilsen Community Books

1/10/21 Hot L Poets Series, hosted by Smartish Pace & Baltimore Poets Theatre with Jason Gordon

11/21/20 “Heartbreak, or Research?  Poets on the Writing Process.” Words and Music Festival, New Orleans. With Stacey Balkun, Elizabeth Gross, Skye Jackson, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, and Melinda Palacio.

11/19/20 Northwestern School of Professional Studies Faculty and Graduate Fall Quarter Reading, with Paula Carter,  Faisal Mohyuddin, and Simone Muench, and two new graduates of the School of Professional Studies MFA program: Sara Connell and Michelle Reid-Powell, cohosted by Madison Street Books.

10/20/20 Poetry Foundation Open Door Series reading with BGSU graduate student Sherrel McLafferty, as well as Chicago poets Elizabeth Metzger Sampson and Timothy Rey. 

10/2/20 Sonnets from the American Symposium, Johns Hopkins University.