2016 FALL SEMESTER
CENTER FOR WRITERS EVENTS

Events are free and open to all.


SEPTEMBER EVENTS

Monday, September 12, 1:30-3pm in LN 2200 (Dean's Conference Room) A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with CJ Southworth  , executive editor of Jane's Boy Press and the journal Ishka Bibble.  publishers of chapbooks and full-length collections by new, emerging, and established poets. An informal Q & A that is open to all.

Wednesday, September 21, 6:30 pm Broome County Arts Council, 81 State Street, Suite 501, downtown Binghamton. The Literati Reading Series, a collaboration between the BCAC and the BU Creative Writing graduate students, pairs featured writers reading with our graduate students: Heather Humphrey will be "opening" for fiction and nonfiction writer, Jacob Appel. Questions regarding the Literati series contact Clara Barnhart at <cbarnha1@binghamton.edu>.

 

OCTOBER EVENTS

Thursday, October 6, 6 pm in UU Underground Café  Gardner Memorial Reading  An evening of poems and Irish music with Irish poet Frank Ormsby and our own Joe Weil, along with other musicians.  Questions please contact Prof. Rosenberg at lrosenb@binghamton.edu.

Monday, October 10, 1:30-3pm in LN 2200 (Dean's Conference Room) A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with Vivian Dorsel of Upstreet, a literary journal that publishes fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry.  An informal Q & A that is open to all.

Tuesday, October 11, 6:30 pm Broome County Arts Council, 81 State Street, Suite 501, downtown Binghamton. The Literati Reading Series, a collaboration between the BCAC and the BU Creative Writing graduate students, pairs featured writers reading with our graduate students: Jason Allen will be "opening" for poet  Christine Kitano. Questions regarding the Literati series contact Clara Barnhart at <cbarnha1@binghamton.edu>.

Tuesday, October 18, 8:00 pm Science I Room 149   A Readers' Series Faculty Reading with Leslie Heywood and Joe Weil.  Heywood will read from her new poetry collection, Abnormal Repetitive Behaviors, while Weil will read from his new collection, A Night in Duluth

 

NOVEMBER EVENTS

Tuesday, November 16:30 pm Broome County Arts Council, 81 State Street, Suite 501, downtown Binghamton. The Literati Reading Series, a collaboration between the BCAC and the BU Creative Writing graduate students, pairs featured writers reading with our graduate students: Bernadette Roe will be "opening" for poet and novelist  Robert Morgan. Questions regarding the Literati series contact Clara Barnhart at <cbarnha1@binghamton.edu>.

Tuesday, November 15, 8 pm Science I Room 149 A Readers' Series Faculty Reading with Jaimee Wriston Colbert and Christine Gelineau.  Colbert will read from her new story collection, Wild Things, while Gelineau will read from her new poetry collection, Crave

Monday, November 21, 1:30-3pm in LN 2200 (Dean's Conference Room). A Writing Life: Conversations with Writer/Editors with Donna Baier Stein founding editor of Tiferet, a journal of literature, art, and the creative spirit, publishers of "high-quality poetry, prose, and art that further meaningful dialogue about what it is to be humane and conscious in today’s often divisive world." An informal Q&A that is open to all.  

Questions? Call 777-2713 or e-mail at cwpro@binghamton.edu. 

Related Links

Binghamton Poetry Project 

(community workshops for adults and children) 

 

Interested in the mini-course that runs in conjunction with the Readers' Series?

 

Last Updated: 9/7/16