Forthcoming Readings and Events
Teaching at the West Chester University Poetry Conference, April 2-4, 2020: https://www.wcupa.edu/arts-humanities/poetry/poetryConference.aspx
DELIGHT IN (DIS)ORDER: FORM AND VARIATION:
In this craft workshop, we will pick up our pens and write, exploring a range of poetic forms from formal to free. We will look at form and content, and how their interplay creates expression in a wide variety of poems. The class will revive your acquaintance with a number of poetic forms, and also introduce untapped possibilities for variation through a series of novel and stimulating exercises. We will spend part of our time on revision techniques. We will jump-start our own writing and refresh our approach to revision, and have fun along the way.
Susan de Sola’s collection, Frozen Charlotte: Poems, was recently published by Able Muse Press. Her poems have appeared widely, in journals such as The Hudson Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, PN Review and The Dark Horse, and have been included in anthologies, such as Best American Poetry. The 2018 winner of the Frost Farm Prize, she has also been a finalist for the Autumn House and Morton Marr poetry prizes, and is a past winner of the David Reid Poetry Translation Prize. A Bryn Mawr graduate, she holds a doctorate in English literature from the Johns Hopkins University. She has published criticism, essays and reviews, as well as several books on architecture and design for Dutch studios. Her photography is featured in the chapbook Little Blue Man. She is Assistant Poetry Editor at Able Muse. A native New Yorker, she lives near Amsterdam with her family.
April 5, 2020: "Carmine Street Metrics" at Otto's Shrunken Head, 3-5 pm
538 E 14th St, New York, NY 10009
April 6, 2020: Writers in the Schools with The Hudson Review, visit to New World High School in the Bronx
April 6, 2020: Reading at the Bryn Mawr Club of New York
April 21, 2020: Reading at Arts at the Armory, "First and Last Word Series" 7pm.
191 Highland Ave #1c, Somerville, MA 02143
April 23: Reading with David Barber at Belmont Books, 7pm.
79 Leonard St, Belmont, MA 02478
April 25-26, Featured poet at the Newburyport Literary Festival, https://newburyportliteraryfestival.org/20poetry/