If you’re in Boston, you’ve got three chances to see me this month. First, on April 14 at 11am at University of Massachusetts Boston for a Creative Writing/Professional Writing panel alongside Christopher Janke, Jon Mael, and Michele McPhee. We’ll be talking about writing and working as writers, and there’ll be a Q&A, so come ask us questions!
Then I’ll be performing on Tuesday, Apr 26 at OBERON as part of a post-show event for Young Jean Lee’s We’re Gonna Die (starring Obehi Janice!). Music, theatre, storytelling—basically, my favorite things. And Obehi is not to be missed, so I hope to see you there!
And finally, on Saturday, April 30, I’ll be a panelist during the The Massachusetts Poetry Festival for an event featuring small press editors. Liz Kay and Jen Lambert from Spark Wheel Press, and Enzo Silon Surin from Central Square Press will also speaking with Randolph and me, so there’s going to be a wealth of experience at the table. Swing by the Peabody Essex Museum at noon on 4/30 to hear us talk about publishing poetry. And if you’re going to be at the festival but can’t make the panel, I’ll be at the Small Press Fair for the rest of the day (11am-5pm)! Stop by and check out the latest issue of apt, dedicated entirely to long poems!