Join us Saturday, April 7th for an amazing evening of poetry and dialogue with Claire Schwartz!
We will begin the reading just after 7pm and the event is free and open to the public.
Claire will be reading from her new book, bound and will be using the poems to frame a discussion around the histories we inherit, how history lives in intimacy, and the possibilities of poetry to supplement other kinds of archives.
More about our visiting writer:
bio: Claire Schwartz is the author of bound (Button Poetry, 2018). Her poetry has appeared in Apogee, Beloit Poetry Journal, The Massachusetts Review, and Prairie Schooner, and her essays, reviews, and interviews in The Iowa Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, Virginia Quarterly Review, and elsewhere.
INCITE is a year long performance exhibition centered around creating dialogues with creatives in our region and beyond.