My poem “Otherness” is published today in The Bookends Review. Big thanks to Jordan Blum and his team there.

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You can read my poem, “Fall Insects,” in Issue 14 of the Apeiron Review, out of Philadelphia, PA.



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3/1  TBD, Orange County

3/2  Moustache Bar, Tijuana, Mexico

3/3  4th Street Vine, Long Beach, CA

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BYG Actuel

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Thanks WKCR for running a program last night on BYG Actuel, a French record label that specialized in free jazz from the late ’60s into the ’70s. I was able to catch some Archie Shepp and Arthur Jones, who I’d never heard of, before heading out last night. Some amazing music I’ll keep coming back to.


This comes straight from the newsletter. Glad SSWW is back!

Join SSWW founder & director Julia Fierro (and many Sackett writers!) at the launch party for her new novel The Gypsy Moth Summer at powerHouse Arena bookstore in Dumbo.

June 6th 7pm
powerHouse Arena
28 Adams Street, Brooklyn

FREE, open to the public, and ’90s-themed drinks & treats will be served.
RSVP via the
Facebook Event Page.

Read more about The Gypsy Moth Summer here.

The Sackett Street Literary Series is back with a special event at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe featuring novelists: Hannah Tinti (One Story founder and author of The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley),Rakesh Satyal (author of No One Can Pronounce My Name), Julia Fierro (SSWW founder and author of The Gypsy Moth Summer), andNatalka Burian (Sackett Street alum, founder of The Freya Project, and author of Welcome to the Slipstream).

This conversation will be moderated by Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop alum Chiwoniso Kaitano.

June 7th 7pm
Housingworks Bookstore & Cafe
126 Crosby Street, NYC

FREE, open to the public, and drinks will be served. RSVP via theFacebook Event Page.

The Sackett Street Literary Series is thrilled to have a new home… Books Are Magic, the new indie bookstore in Cobble Hill opened by former SSWW instructor Emma Straub and Michael Fusco, and located only a few blocks from where Sackett Street began 15 years ago!

Join us to celebrate four outstanding writers at Books Are Magic: alums Kathleen Flynn and Adalena Kavanaugh; instructor Sarah Gerard, and special guest Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

June 26th 7pm
Books Are Magic
225 Smith Street, Brooklyn

FREE, open to the public, and drinks will be served.
RSVP via the Facebook Event Page.




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