Reading at the Rainbow Book Fair This Saturday

by Tilt

If you’re in New York this Saturday, I highly recommend stopping by the Rainbow Book Fair. In addition to all of the wonderful LGBT presses & journals in attendance, the fair will once again be featuring a day-long Poet’s Salon Reading.

I’ll be reading between 11-12 with Bill Kushner, Steven Cordova, Jimmy Lam, Jason Roush & William Leo Coakley. The Salon goes on all day & will feature all kinds of great poets.

Where: LGBT Center – Room 310

When: 11 am – 5 pm

The complete list of readers is after the jump.

11am-12pm

Bill Kushner

Steven Cordova

Saeed Jones

Jimmy Lam

Jason Roush

William Leo Coakley

 

12pm-1pm

Austin Alexis       

Andrew Durbin

Michael Klein

Tony Leuzzi

Charan P. Morris

Angelo Nikolopoulos

Eric Norris

Evan J. Peterson

 

1pm-2pm

Guillermo Filice Castro

Ron Drummond

Seren Divine

Andrew Durbin

Darrel Alejandro Holnes

Dawn Lundy Martin

Jee Leong Koh

Richard Tayson

 

2pm -3pm

Eric Norris

Joel Allegretti     

Sara Jane Stoner

Jameson Fitzpatrick

Davidson Garrett

Gregg Shapiro

Stephanie Gray

LeNair Xavier

 

3pm-4pm

Collin Kelley

Evan J. Peterson

Ocean Vuong

Richard Marx Weinraub

Tim Trace Peterson

Steven Riel

Scott Hightower

 

4pm-5pm

Tanika LaDawn Harbor

Dean Kostos

Zoe Contros Kearl

Douglas A. Martin

Bakar Wilson

R. Erica Doyle

Sam LaRoche

 

Regie Cabico

Nathaniel Siegel

James Purdy

 

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2 responses to “Reading at the Rainbow Book Fair This Saturday

  1. Thanks, Saeed! Looking forward to meeting you.
    Love and monsters,
    Evan

  2. Hi Evan,

    I wasn’t able to stay at the reading very long as I had a friend’s get-together at 1. Thanks for the note! Hope to see you soon.

    Saeed

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