Hear Elizabeth T. Gray, Jr. (Series | India) and Daniel Tobin (Blood Labors) read from their most recent collections, along with Iraj Anvar, Jericho Brown and Cornelius Eady.
Hear Patrick Donnelly read from his new collection Little-Known Operas and award-winning translations from the Japanese with Stephen Miller.
Hear Four Way Books authors Andrea Cohen (Nightshade), Julia Guez (In an Invisible Glass Case Which Is Also a Frame), and Sara London (Upkeep) read with friends of the press Farooq Ahmed, Sara Munjack, and Gretchen Primack.
Hear Andrea Cohen read from her new collection Nightshade.
Hear Patrick Donnelly (Little-Known Operas) read with Karen Chase.
Hear Sara London read from her new collection Upkeep.
Presented by Inprint and The Menil Collection
Free, RSVP requested.
Join us for a memorial reading and book launch celebrating the publication of Levee, poet Paul Otremba’s poignant and powerful third collection. Six extraordinary poets from across the U.S. – Michael Collier, Sally Keith, Tomás Morín, Hieu Minh Nguyen, Patrick Phillips, and Kent Shaw – come together to read from the book and pay tribute to Paul and his work. Paul Otremba, who died in June, was a nationally renowned poet, a beloved professor at Rice University, an alumnus of the UH Creative Writing Program, and a cherished member of the Houston community.
Hear Four Way Books author Jessica Jacobs (Take Me With You, Wherever You’re Going, March 2019) at the Southern Festival for the Books.
Hear Four Way Books authors Diane Mehta (Forest with Castanets) and Kevin Prufer (How He Loved Them) read at Brazos Bookstore.
Join us for an evening of readings from three amazing poets: Julia Guez (In an Invisible Glass Case Which Is Also a Frame, Four Way Books, September 2019), Jen Levitt (The Off-Season, Four Way Books, September 2016), and Maya Phillips (Erou, Four Way Books, September 2019). The poems in their stunning debut collections cover everything from student debt to a modern day retelling of The Odyssey to pet sitting for your parents. Don’t miss the power, humor, and heartbreak. #LitCrawlNYC
Books will be available for sale.