Calling All Poets (CAPS), March 9, 7 PM, Green Kill Sessions
Green Kill Sessions presents Calling All Poets(CAPS) Tursday, March 9, 7 PM.
Green Kill Sessions presents Calling All Poets(CAPS), Tursday, March 9, 7 PM.
Mike Jurkovic hosts the poems Timothy Brennan, Greg Corell, Phillip X Levine on Thursday, March 9 at 7 PM.
This event will include a open-mic reading after the livestream. More information about the poets and the host is below.
This event is a livestream production event broadcase Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel. Audience seating of 30 may is available. Tickets are 5 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/calling-all-poets-caps-march-9-7-pm-green-kill-sessions-tickets-567022528647
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Audience members who wish to attend a performance in-person will reserve a ticket to attend the livestream event.
In addition, in-person audience members will also receive a livestream link which they can watch later.
This audience is limited to 30.
Please consider helping the poets and Green Kill. These times are hard for performance spaces.
Timothy Brennan is a poet, painter and woodworker who has lived and worked in San Francisco, Brooklyn, and now New Paltz, NY, where he has been renovating his old house for over thirty years. His poetics are rooted in the early Modernist experiments of Rimbaud and Reverdy, Gertrude Stein, and the Surrealists. Later influences are John Ashbery and many of the so-called Language writers of the late twentieth century.
He helps Susan Chute curate the reading series, Next Year's Words which includes voices from the mid- Hudson Valley community, the State University in New Paltz, NY, and beyond.
Greg Correll was a 2017 CUNY Writers Institute Fellow, working with Leo Carey (The New Yorker) and Jon Galassi (FSG). His work has appeared in Salon, The Good Men Project, CAPS 2016, Wallkill Valley Writers anthologies, and elsewhere.
He won a CLIO for package design. Designed and ran the first multimedia stage set at Avery Fisher Hall in 1996. He engineered Yale's Climate Institute site and tools. Had two short plays produced, one off-Broadway at the Makor, the other by Actors&Writers in upstate NY. Taught performance art at SUNY Ulster, design at Marist.
Raised three ferocious, brilliant, feminist daughters with my best friend. Life is strange and wonderful.
Phillip X Levine
Phillip X Levine is poetry editor for Chronogram magazine and president of the Woodstock Poetry Society
Mike Jurkovic’s latest collection, mooncussers, (Luchador Press)2022. Recent collections include AmericanMental, (Luchador Press 2019); Blue Fan Whirring (Nirala Press, 2018) President, Calling All Poets, New Paltz, NY. Reviews appear at All About Jazz and Lightwoodpress. Hosts New Jazz Excursions WIOX 91.3 FM.
He loves Emily most of all.