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Enjoy the latest poetry news from poets, writers, and news sources from around the world. Each day, PoetrySoup provides this timely poetry news which is continually updated from poetry news sources around the net.

Tue,27 Nov 2018
Make Your Gift to the Nation's Library

Make Your Gift to the Nation's Library

The day has arrived—#GivingTuesday—a day when your gift makes a difference and a statement.

The Library of Congress depends on donations from people like you to produce exhibitions, events, programs, and activities that connect millions of people across the nation and around the world with our unique collections, experts, and services.

Gifts bring the Library to life with music, dance, film, sound, culture, scholarship, research, discussions and ideas. Your gift, no matter the size, will support diverse programs that are entirely FREE for everyone to enjoy, and will make the Library’s treasures and services more accessible.

Help spread the word today and encourage your friends and family to make a gift to the nation’s library, your gateway to understanding the world!

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.

 

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Mon,26 Nov 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: BOBBITT PRIZE READING WITH JORIE GRAHAM

Thursday, December 6, 6:30 PM
BOBBITT PRIZE READING: JORIE GRAHAM

Jorie Graham, winner of the 15th Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry, will read selections of Fast. Book sales and signing to follow. Free tickets required.

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

For more information, please visit the Poetry and Literature Center's website.

Tue,20 Nov 2018
Spark a Lifelong Adventure of Learning

Help Spark a Lifelong Adventure of Learning

This year is the second year the Library of Congress is participating in #GivingTuesday—a global giving movement. On Tuesday, November 27, we are asking you to make a gift to spark a lifelong adventure of learning.

Your gift supports FREE exhibitions, events, programs, and activities that connect millions of people across the nation and around the world with our unique collections, experts, and services.

The Library of Congress is your library, your gateway to understanding the world. There is so much to discover, not only the nation’s memory, but the world’s—information from all corners of the earth, in more than 470 languages. With millions of items available online, you can access the Library’s treasures from anywhere and connect with us in ways that are personally relevant and valuable.

Save the Date to Make Your Gift!

Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

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Thu,01 Nov 2018
NEWS: Jorie Graham Wins Poetry Prize

The Library of Congress will award the 2018 Rebekah Johnson Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry to Jorie Graham for her 2017 book “Fast.” Graham will receive the award and read selections from her work at the Library on 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6.

Click here for more information.

Tue,30 Oct 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: UPCOMING NOVEMBER EVENTS

Friday, November 2, 12:00PM
INTERNATIONAL WRITING PROGRAM: CELEBRATING WOMEN’S VOICES

Program residents Kateryna Babkina (Ukraine), Alisa Ganieva (Russia), and Rumena Bužarovska (Macedonia) will read selections of their work and participate in a moderated discussion with Christopher Merrill, director of the International Writing Program. This event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress European Division and presented in partnership with the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. 

Location: Montpelier Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building, Library of Congress <view map>


Wednesday, November 7, 4:00 PM

INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: URUGUAYAN POETS

Poet Silvia Guerra will read excerpts of her work and translators Jesse Lee Kercheval, Jeannine Pitas, Anna Deeny, and Seth Michelson will share new translations of Circe Maia, Marosa di Giorgio, Amanda Berenguer, and Melisa MachadoThis event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Presented in collaboration with the Embassy of Uruguay.

Location: Whittall Pavilion, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress <view map>


Saturday, November 10, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
THE ROAD BACK: VETS AND LITERARY WRITING

In honor of Veterans Day, a day-long symposium featuring two panels and a screening of the newly restored film “The Road Back.” All events are free and open to the public. Tickets required for film screening. Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress Exhibits Office and Veterans History Project. Presented in collaboration with Echoes of the Great War: American Experiences of World War I exhibit.

11:00 AM - Kristin Windbigler, executive director of the Western Folklife Center; Niyati Dhokai, program manager of the Veterans and the Arts Initiative, Hylton Performing Arts Center; and Mohammed Sheriff, division coordinator of the National Endowment for the Art’s Literature & Arts Education Division will discuss writing and literature as a means of coping with service experience.

Location: LJ-119, first floor, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress <view map>

1:30 PM - Poets Bill Jones, Vess Quinlan, Dave Richmond, and Bruce Weigl will discuss their favorite World War I writers, share selections of their work, and participate in a discussion moderated by Anya Creightney, programs manager of the Poetry and Literature Center.

Location: LJ-119, first floor, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress <view map>

3:00 PM - Film screening of “The Road Back,” sequel to “All Quiet on the Western Front.” Restored by the Library of Congress in association with UCLA Film & Television Archive, Universal Studios, and The Film Foundation. Restoration funding provided by The Film Foundation and the Library of Congress. Screening rights provided by New York University, executor of the Erich Maria Remarque Estate. 

Location: Mary Pickford Theater, third floor, James Madison Building, Library of Congress <view map>


Sunday, November 18, 1:30 PM 

TWO POETS LAUREATE: READING AND CONVERSATION

Former U.S. Poets Laureate Billy Collins and Juan Felipe Herrera will read selections from their recent books and discuss the necessity of poetry with Robert Casper, head of the Poetry and Literature Center.

Location: Miami Dade College - Wolfson Campus, Building 1, second floor, #1261 (300 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132) 

 

For more information about these events, please visit the Poetry and Literature Center's website or call us at (202) 707-5394.

Fri,26 Oct 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: INTERNATIONAL WRITING PROGRAM: CELEBRATING WOMEN’S VOICES on 11/2

Friday, November 2, 12:00PM
INTERNATIONAL WRITING PROGRAM: CELEBRATING WOMEN’S VOICES

Program residents Kateryna Babkina (Ukraine), Alisa Ganieva (Russia), and Rumena Bužarovska (Macedonia) will read selections of their work and participate in a moderated discussion with Christopher Merrill, director of the International Writing Program. Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress European Division and presented in partnership with the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa and the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. 

Location: Montpelier Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

For more information, please visit the Poetry and Literature Center's website

Tue,23 Oct 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: BAGLEY WRIGHT LECTURE: POETS ON CRITICISM on 10/30

Tuesday, October 30, 6:30 PM
BAGLEY WRIGHT LECTURE: POETS ON CRITICISM

Poet-critics Maureen McLaneSrikanth Reddy, and Matthew Zapruder will discuss the role of criticism in contemporary American poetry in a conversation moderated by Robert Casper, head of the Poetry and Literature Center. This event is free and open to the public. Presented in partnership with the Bagley Wright Lecture Series.

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

For more information, please visit the Poetry and Literature Center's website

Wed,10 Oct 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CRISTINA RIVERA GARZA on 10/16

Tuesday, October 16, 4:00 PM
INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CRISTINA RIVERA GARZA

Novelist Cristina Rivera Garza will read excerpts of her work and participate in a moderated discussion with her translators Suzanne Jill Levine and Aviva Kana. This event is free and open to the public. No tickets required. Co-sponsored by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Presented in partnership with the Mexican Cultural Institute.

Location: Whittall Pavilion, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information.

Mon,24 Sep 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: THE LIFE OF A POET WITH MARILYN CHIN on 10/1

Monday, October 1, 7:00 PM
THE LIFE OF A POET: MARILYN CHIN

Poet Marilyn Chin will discuss her work with Ron Charles, editor of The Washington Post's Book World. This event is free and open to the public. Reservations are required. Co-sponsored by the Hill Center and The Washington Post.

Location: Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital (921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE)
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information.

Thu,13 Sep 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE TODAY: KUNDIMAN SPOTLIGHT - TONIGHT!

Thursday, September 13, 6:00 PM
ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE TODAY: KUNDIMAN SPOTLIGHT

Kundiman fellows R.O. Kwon and Hieu Minh Nguyen will read excerpts of their work followed by a moderated discussion with poet Gowri K. The event is free and open to the public. Presented in partnership with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, The Asian American Literary Review, and Kundiman.

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. 

Wed,12 Sep 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: TODAY! INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CATHERINE FILLOUX

Wednesday, September 12, 4:00 PM
INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CATHERINE FILLOUX

Playwright and librettist Catherine Filloux will read from MANOA special feature Eyes of the Heart followed by a moderated discussion with MANOA series editor Frank Stewart. Free tickets are available via Eventbrite. Presented in partnership with MANOA: A Pacific Journal of International Writing.

Location: Whittall Pavilion, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. 

Thu,06 Sep 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE TODAY: KUNDIMAN SPOTLIGHT on 9/13

Thursday, September 13, 6:00 PM
ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURE TODAY: KUNDIMAN SPOTLIGHT

Kundiman fellows R.O. Kwon and Hieu Minh Nguyen will read excerpts of their work followed by a moderated discussion with poet Gowri K. The event is free and open to the public. Presented in partnership with the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, The Asian American Literary Review, and Kundiman.

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. 

Wed,05 Sep 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CATHERINE FILLOUX on 9/12

Wednesday, September 12, 4:00 PM
INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE: CATHERINE FILLOUX

Playwright and librettist Catherine Filloux will read from MANOA special feature Eyes of the Heart followed by a moderated discussion with MANOA series editor Frank Stewart. Free tickets are available via Eventbrite. Presented in partnership with MANOA: A Pacific Journal of International Writing.

Location: Whittall Pavilion, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. 

Wed,29 Aug 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: NATIONAL STUDENT POETS PROGRAM APPOINTMENT CEREMONY on 8/30

Thursday, August 30, 4:00 PM
NATIONAL STUDENT POETS PROGRAM APPOINTMENT CEREMONY

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and Institute of Museum and Library Services Director Kathryn K. Matthew will appoint the seventh class of National Student Poets, five outstanding youth poets from across the United States, for their original work. Program to include a plaque ceremony and poetry reading. Public reception to follow. Free tickets required. Presented in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.

 

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. The event will also be livestreamed on the Library’s Facebook page at facebook.com/libraryofcongress and its YouTube site at youtube.com/loc.

 

Thu,16 Aug 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: NATIONAL STUDENT POETS PROGRAM APPOINTMENT CEREMONY on 8/30

Thursday, August 30, 4:00 PM
NATIONAL STUDENT POETS PROGRAM APPOINTMENT CEREMONY

Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden and Institute of Museum and Library Services Director Kathryn K. Matthew will appoint the seventh class of National Student Poets, five outstanding youth poets from across the United States, for their original work. Program to include a plaque ceremony and poetry reading. Public reception to follow. Free tickets required. Presented in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.

 

Location: Mumford Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information. 

 

Fri,29 Jun 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: LA VOZ LATINA—THE LATIN VOICE IN THE AMERICAS: A SPLENDID DIVERSITY on 6/30

Saturday, June 30, 2018

LA VOZ LATINA—THE LATIN VOICE IN THE AMERICAS: A SPLENDID DIVERSITY

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in collaboration with the Hispanic Division and the Poetry and Literature Center of the Library of Congress, presents a series of programs on Latin American and Hispanic American literature. Events are free and open to the public. Free tickets are required and will be distributed 30 minutes prior to the event in front of the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater.

11:00 AM: HARLEM TO HAVANA—Langston Hughes and Nicolas Guillen: Two Poets, Two Worlds, One Friendship

Featuring Cuban American playwright Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas (Sleepwalkers and Maleta Mulata) and Pulitzer Prize–winning U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, this is a re-enactment of the friendship and literary collaboration between two great jazz-age poets, Cuban Nicolás Guillén and American Langston Hughes. Cortiñas and Trethewey will present the poets’ verses, correspondence, and anecdotes, as well as talk about their influence on their own art. Learn more on the Kennedy Center website

2:00 PM: LA VOZ LATINA—Six Literary Stars of the Americas

Six of the most eclectic and revered Latino writers from the Americas—North and South—talk about their work, their inspiration, and their enormously diverse cultures, moderated by writer and critic Marie Arana, along with writer Ruth Behar. Featured are the legendary Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros, Chilean American playwright and novelist Ariel Dorfman, Bolivian novelist and essayist Rodrigo Hasbún, Peruvian journalist and novelist Santiago Roncagliolo, and Puerto Rican American novelist and memoirist Esmeralda Santiago. Learn more on the Kennedy Center website

Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Contact: (202) 467-4600

Wed,20 Jun 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: LA VOZ LATINA—THE LATIN VOICE IN THE AMERICAS: A SPLENDID DIVERSITY on 6/30

Saturday, June 30, 2018

LA VOZ LATINA—THE LATIN VOICE IN THE AMERICAS: A SPLENDID DIVERSITY

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in collaboration with the Hispanic Division and the Poetry and Literature Center of the Library of Congress, presents a series of programs on Latin American and Hispanic American literature. Events are free and open to the public. Free tickets are required and will be distributed 30 minutes prior to the event in front of the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater.

11:00 AM: HARLEM TO HAVANA—Langston Hughes and Nicolas Guillen: Two Poets, Two Worlds, One Friendship

Featuring Cuban American playwright Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas (Sleepwalkers and Maleta Mulata) and Pulitzer Prize–winning U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey, this is a re-enactment of the friendship and literary collaboration between two great jazz-age poets, Cuban Nicolás Guillén and American Langston Hughes. Cortiñas and Trethewey will present the poets’ verses, correspondence, and anecdotes, as well as talk about their influence on their own art. Learn more on the Kennedy Center website

2:00 PM: LA VOZ LATINA—Six Literary Stars of the Americas

Six of the most eclectic and revered Latino writers from the Americas—North and South—talk about their work, their inspiration, and their enormously diverse cultures, moderated by writer and critic Marie Arana, along with writer Ruth Behar. Featured are the legendary Mexican American writer Sandra Cisneros, Chilean American playwright and novelist Ariel Dorfman, Bolivian novelist and essayist Rodrigo Hasbún, Peruvian journalist and novelist Santiago Roncagliolo, and Puerto Rican American novelist and memoirist Esmeralda Santiago. Learn more on the Kennedy Center website

Location: Terrace Theater, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Contact: (202) 467-4600

Fri,25 May 2018
Library of Congress GDPR Notification

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Thu,26 Apr 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: New Poetry Podcast Series Launches

U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith speaks with Rob Casper, head of the Poetry and Literature Center

As April winds down, our celebration of National Poetry Month at the Library of Congress is still going strong: Today we launch From the Catbird Seat, a new poetry podcast series from the Poetry and Literature Center. Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, we’ll explore poetry’s past, present and future. Read more about the series on our blog. Photo: U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith and Rob Casper.

To listen and subscribe to From the Catbird Seat, visit our podcast site or find it on iTunes

Thu,19 Apr 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: TONIGHT! LIMITED TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR POET LAUREATE CLOSING EVENT on 4/19

Thursday, April 19, 7:00 PM
STAYING HUMAN: POETRY IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY

22nd U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will celebrate the conclusion of her first term as laureate in a conversation with Ron Charles, editor of Washington Post’s Book World and host of the Library’s “Life of a Poet” series. This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required via Eventbrite. Book sales and signing will follow.

Location: Coolidge Auditorium, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

This event will be livestreamed via YouTube and Facebook

Thu,12 Apr 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: ACT NOW! TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR POET LAUREATE CLOSING EVENT on 4/19

Thursday, April 19, 7:00 PM
STAYING HUMAN: POETRY IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY

22nd U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will celebrate the conclusion of her first term as laureate in a conversation with Ron Charles, editor of Washington Post’s Book World and host of the Library’s “Life of a Poet” series. This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required via Eventbrite. Book sales and signing will follow.

Location: Coolidge Auditorium, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

This event will be livestreamed via YouTube and Facebook

Fri,06 Apr 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: LEGACY OF CHILEAN AND LATIN AMERICAN POETRY SYMPOSIUM on 4/13

Friday, April 13, 2018, 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM
LEGACY OF CHILEAN AND LATIN AMERICAN POETRY SYMPOSIUM

This symposium will bring together poets and literary scholars from Latin America and the United States to consider the dynamic emergence, development, and diversity of poetic forms throughout the Americas, with an emphasis on Chile. It will also be presented to recognize Georgetown University Professor Gwen Kirkpatrick for her scholarship in the field of Latin American poetry, her contributions to the university, and her profound dedication to her students. 

Full event schedule and tickets available via Eventbrite. 

Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress Hispanic Division, the Embassy of Chile, Georgetown University, George Washington University, the University of Maryland, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and the Universidad de Chile.

Location: Montpelier Room, sixth floor, James Madison Building <view map>
Contact: cgom@loc.gov

 

PROGRAM

9:00 AM  WELCOME

  • Georgette Dorn, Chief, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress
  • Julio Fiol, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Chile
  • Anna Deeny Morales, Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University

9:15 AM TO 10:25 AM  POETIC GENEALOGIES IN LATIN AMERICA

MODERATOR: FELIPE ESTEBAN TORO FRANCO, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

  • Alvaro Kaempfer, Gettysburg College: “Poesía, tradición cultural y razón pública en la crítica literaria de Andrés Bello”
  • Sarah Moody, University of Alabama: “María Eugenia Vaz Ferreira, Delmira Agustini, and the Impossible Life and Legacy of the Woman Poet in Modernismo”
  • Vivaldo Andrade dos Santos, Georgetown University: "Carlos Drummond de Andrade and the Flaming Tie of Neruda: Echoes of Canto general in A Rosa do Povo by CDA (1945)”

10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM  POETIC LANGUAGE

MODERATOR: VERONICA SALLES-REESE, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

  • Soledad Bianchi, Universidad de Chile: “Bolaño, poeta: ‘He aprendido de los caminos donde me he extraviado’ ”
  • Rodrigo Cánovas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile: “Poesía y performance en el texto Naciste pintada, de Carmen Berenguer, escrito desde el fin de siglo chileno”
  • Francine Masiello, University of California, Berkeley: “poesía, paisaje, amistad”
  • Ana Inés Larre Borges, Biblioteca Nacional de Uruguay: “Dis/pares. Marosa di Giorgio versus Idea Vilariño”

2:00 PM TO 3:15 PM  POETRY, POLITICS, GENDER AND SEXUALITY

MODERATOR: GABRIEL VILLAROEL, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

  • Francisco Leal, Colorado State University: “Pablo Neruda, violador. Mujeres-estatuas en su poesía amorosa”
  • Miguel López, University of New Mexico: “Marjorie Agosín and the Femicides”
  • María José Navia, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile: “’Amo las cosas que nunca tuve / con las otras que ya no tengo’: leyendo a Gabriela Mistral desde el inventario.”

3:30 PM TO 5:00 PM  THE LEGACY OF GWEN KIRKPATRICK FOR THE STUDY OF CULTURE AND POETRY

MODERATOR: TANIA GENTIC, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY

  • Emilie Bergman, University of California, Berkeley: “Snapshots, Afterimages and the Longvies: Gwen at Berkeley”
  • Enrique Cortez, Portland State University: “Repensar la poesía más allá de las vanguardias: Lógica de la pregunta e historia literaria”
  • Rocío Ferreira, DePaul University: “Los años en UC Berkeley. La poesía latinoamericana según Gwen Kirkpatrick”
  • Laura Demaría, University of Maryland: “El legado de Gwen Kirkpatrick”

5:15 PM TO 6:30 PM  POETRY READING

INTRODUCTIONS BY ANNA DEENY MORALES

  • Roberto Ibáñez Ricóuz
  • Vivaldo Santos
  • María José Navia
  • Francisco Leal
  • María Inés Zaldivar

 

Please click here for more information

Wed,04 Apr 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: THE LIFE OF A POET WITH MATTHEW ZAPRUDER on 4/11

Wednesday, April 11, 7:00 PM
THE LIFE OF A POET: MATTHEW ZAPRUDER

Poet Matthew Zapruder will discuss his work with Ron Charles, editor of The Washington Post's Book World. This event is free and open to the public. Reservations are required. Co-sponsored by the Hill Center and the Washington Post.

Location: Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital (921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE)
Contact: (202) 707-5394

Please click here for more information.

Wed,28 Mar 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: TONIGHT! TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR STORIES FROM A FALLEN WORLD: A TRIBUTE TO DENIS JOHNSON

Wednesday, March 28, 7:00 PM
STORIES FROM A FALLEN WORLD: A TRIBUTE TO DENIS JOHNSON

Authors Jonathan Franzen, Elliot Ackerman, Sam Quinones, and writer/producer Elizabeth Cuthrell will join writer and Library of Congress Literary Advisor Marie Arana to discuss intersections of war, addiction, and discontent in the work of Denis Johnson, 2017 Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction winner. Book sales and signing will follow. Tickets are required. Co-sponsored by the Library of Congress John W. Kluge Center.

Location: Coolidge Auditorium, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394, poetry@loc.gov

These events will be livestreamed via YouTube and Facebook. 

Mon,26 Mar 2018
Poetry & Literature: News & Events: TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR POET LAUREATE CLOSING EVENT on 4/19

Thursday, April 19, 7:00 PM
STAYING HUMAN: POETRY IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY

22nd U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will celebrate the conclusion of her first term as laureate in a conversation with Ron Charles, editor of Washington Post’s Book World and host of the Library’s “Life of a Poet” series. This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required via Eventbrite. Book sales and signing will follow.

Location: Coolidge Auditorium, ground floor, Thomas Jefferson Building <view map>
Contact: (202) 707-5394

This event will be livestreamed via YouTube and Facebook