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Marci Nelligan, featured at Midtown Scholar Bookstore, April 6,
has published in Chain, syllogism, Free Lunch, and the Walrus.

She teaches creative writing at Franklin & Marshall. College.Infinite Variations was published with Black Radish Books in 2011. Nelligan’s second full-length collection The Ghost Manada is her most recent tome.

Nelligan’s Ghost Manada is a book of insistent absence in conversation with her own shade songs. The book is an intertext of experimental lyrics speaking to and through Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian and the spirt of Emily Dickinson.

This event is hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel. The Midtown Scholar Bookstore is located at 1302 North Third Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102 , Phone: 717.236.1680


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March 9th, Craig Czury, Poet Laureate of the 2011 Ditët e Naimit International Albanian Poetry Festival in Macedonia, will be the featured poet at Midtown Scholar Bookstore. Listen up. Poetry Thursdays, 1302 North Third Street, Harrisburg, 17102. Everything's waiting for you. 717.236.1680.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQjTxl9RuJo

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Here it is! Eastlit March 2017. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, artwork focused on East, Southeast and South Asia.

Enjoy

Graham.
#literature #poetry #fiction #creativewriting #asianliterature

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At long last, here is the Eastlit all time top thirty. All the most popular fiction, poetry, non-fiction and artwork from Eastlit.

I hope you enjoy it.

Graham

#poetry #fiction #literature

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Eastlit February 2017 is now out. Fiction, non-fiction and poetry focusing on East, Southeast and South Asia. Enjoy

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Poet Shara McCallum will read from her works , Thursday, January 26. at The Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg. The event is free and open to the public.

McCallum has authored of three collections of poetry. This Strange Land will be published in April, Song of Thieves was released in 2003 and The Water Between Us was published in 1999. A fourth book, New & Selected Poems, will be published in the United Kingdom in December.

Her poems have been widely published in the U.S., the Caribbean, United Kingdom, Latin America, and Israel. They have also been reprinted in textbooks and anthologies of American, African American, Caribbean and World Literatures.

McCallum is director of the Stadler Center for Poetry and a professor of creative writing and literature at Bucknell University.

This event, begins with a short open poetry reading, and runs from 7:00 to 8:55 pm. Midtown Scholar Bookstore, 1302 North Third Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102 , Phone: 717.236.1680.

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"POLIS" Volum IV, Nr. 4 (14), Serie nou
ă, septembrie-noiembrie 2016 I edited on the Critical Theory by Federico Sollazzo

http://revistapolis.ro/documente/revista/2016/Numarul_4(14)2016/POLIS%2014%20BT%2022dec2016.pdf
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