Reading at Dutchess Community College this Thursday, 4/19/18

Anne Gorrick's photo.

PROCESS TO TEXT: SHIRA DENTZ & KATE HYMES

Washington Art Gallery at Dutchess Community College

53 Pendell Rd., Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

Thursday, April 19, 7PM

Free & open to the public

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North Adams, MA friends! Reading Sat., 4/14, at MCLA’s Design Lab!

Gray Comma Reading & Open Mic feat. Shira Dentz & Kathline Carr

Saturday April 14 at 7PM, MCLA’s Design Lab, 49 Main Street, North Adams, MA

The Gray Comma's photo.
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Reading at Thomas Cole National Site this Saturday, 4/7/18!

Kristin Prevallet, Mary-Kim Arnold, and I will be reading from new work at the Thomas Cole National Site on Saturday, April 7, 2018, at 4PM, in the St. Rocco’s Reading for The Hudson River School.  Admission is free

I’ll have copies of my new book, how do i net thee, for sale!

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Upcoming Reading in Ithaca, NY: Saturday, March 31!

Buffalo Street Books Ithaca’s Community-Owned Cooperative Bookstore

4 POETS Read: Geoffrey Babbitt, Kathryn Cowles, Shira Dentz, & Dan Rosenberg

Saturday, March 31 at 4PM

215 N. Cayuga St • Ithaca NY 14850 • in Dewitt Mall • Next to Greenstar Dewitt

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Wells College Reading Series: Friday, 3/30

Visiting Writers Series

The Wells College Visiting Writers Series was established in 1973.

Spring 2018 Visiting Writers

Shira Dentz & Geoffrey Babbitt

March 30, AER, 6:30 pm
Dentz is the author of four full-length books and two chapbooks. Her writing has appeared in The American Poetry Review, The Iowa Review, New American Writing, NPR, and more. She teaches at RPI and is special features editor at Tarpaulin Sky.
Babbitt is the author of Appendices Pulled from a Study on Light. His poems and essays have appeared in North American Review, Pleiades, Colorado Review, Notre Dame Review, and elsewhere. He teaches at HWS Colleges, where he coedits Seneca Review.

https://www.wells.edu/programs/majors/english/visiting-writers-series

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Please come to my book signing at #AWP 18!

If you’re coming to AWP, please consider stopping by to say hi & celebrate with me at my book signing of my new poetry book, how do i net thee, on Thursday, 3/8, 2–4PM, at Salmon Poetry’s Booth #907! I haven’t seen the book hot off the press yet myself, so come be on the same page with me, in more than ways than one!

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Tarpaulin Sky/Essay Press/Reality Beach off-site AWP reading!

Friday, March 9,  7PM at Blind Tiger Cafe (1901 E 7th Ave) in Ybor City, 10 minute drive from the main convention hotel at AWP Tampa 2018.

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how do i net thee, coming soon from Salmon Poetry!

my new book is at the printer! more info soon!

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The Rev Reading Series at Russell Sage College, 2/22!

Come to Poetry Thursdays at Russell Sage College’s The Rev Reading Series curated by Matthew Klane! I’m reading with Geoffrey Babbitt at  7 pm on 2/22. Geoffrey Babbitt will be reading poems from his new book of poems, Appendices Pulled from a Study on Light, hot off  the press from Spuyten Duyvil, and my reading will include pieces from my forthcoming book, how do i net thee, out next month from Salmon Poetry.

Sage College is in downtown Troy, and this reading series takes place in the Donahue Poetry Room, Shea 2nd Floor.

 

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rob mclennan’s interview

12 or 20 (second series) questions with Shira Dentz

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