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A Readers' Series Event with Raena Shirali, winner of the Binghamton University Milt Kessler Poetry Book Award for her collection, Gilt. Shirali's honors include a Pushcart Prize, the Philip Roth Residency at Bucknell University's Stadler Center for Poetry, and poetry prizes from Boston Review, Gulf Coast, and Cosmonauts Avenue. She has performed at such venues as: the 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center in NYC, Boston Poetry Slam at the Cantab, Slam Free or Die, College of Charleston, & many more. This…Find out more »
(Event originally scheduled for 2/12, postponed to 2/26 due to weather) A Readers' Series Event with Binghamton University alums Greg Ames & Dante DiStefano. Ames is the author of Buffalo Lockjaw, a novel set in Buffalo, NY that won the NAIBA Book of the Year Award, and Funeral Platter, a collection of short stories. His work has appeared in Best American Nonrequired Reading, Southern Review, McSweeney's, North American Review, Catapult, and The Sun, among others. Di Stefano is the author…Find out more »
Molly Peacock is a Binghamton University alum and the author of 7 books of poetry, most recently The Analyst. Her prose works include the story collection Alphabetique, the biography Paper Garden: Mrs. Delany Begins Her Life's Work at 72, the guide How to Read a Poem & Start a Poetry Circle, and the memoir Paradise, Piece by Piece. She has read her poetry at the Library of Congress, the Unterberg Poetry Center of the 92nd Street Y (New York City),…Find out more »
Binghamton native Elizabeth Crane is the author of three collections of short stories, Turf, When the Messenger is Hot, All This Heavenly Glory, and You Must Be This Happy to Enter as well as two novels, We Only Know So Much and The History of Great Things (which is set partially in Binghamton). Her stories have been featured on NPR's Selected Shorts, and her work has been adapted for both stage and film. All are welcome at this free event.…Find out more »
Angela Jackson is the winner of the Binghamton University John Gardner Fiction Book Award for Roads Where There Are No Road. Poet, playwright, and novelist, Jackson's collections of poetry include the National Book Award-nominated And All These Roads Be Luminous. Her novel Where I Must Go won the American Book Award in 2009. All are welcome at this free event. Questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (607) 777-2713.Find out more »