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September 4

Poetry Reading: Joshua Beckman

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Poetry Reading: Joshua Beckman

Tuesday, September 4
7:00pm, Give What You Can

Please join us for a reading by Joshua Beckman! Joshua Beckman was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He is the author of many books, including The Lives of the Poems and Three Talks (Wave Books), The Inside of an Apple, Take It, Shake, Your Time Has Come, and two collaborations with Matthew Rohrer: Nice Hat. Thanks. and Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty. He is editor-in-chief at Wave Books and has translated numerous works of poetry and prose, including Micrograms, by Jorge Carrera Andrade, 5 Meters of Poems (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2010) by Carlos Oquendo de Amat,…

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Featured Upcoming Events


readings & workshops
Sep 4 Tuesday, September 4
7:00pm, Give What You Can
Poetry Reading: Joshua Beckman

Please join us for a reading by Joshua Beckman! Joshua Beckman was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He is the author of…

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Where I Want to Live: Poems for Fair and Affordable Housing by Anthology

Small Press

Where I Want to Live: Poems for Fair and Affordable Housing is a poetry chapbook anthology project to honor all who participated in Milwaukee's 1967-68 open housing marches and to envision and help build the inclusive community we need. Inclusive of a range of poets and poetic styles, the chapbook serves as a metaphor for the inclusive neighborhoods we value and seek to build.

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