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Poetry Reading: Richard Levine & Stephanie Rauschenbusch -- CANCELLED

Richard Levine
author and GNPS member

will read from his books
  Selected Poems
Contiguous States


Richard Levine: Selected Poems

Richard Levine is the author of Richard Levine: Selected Poems (FutureCycle Press, 2019), Contiguous States (Finishing Line Press, 2018), and five chapbooks: The Cadence of MercyA Tide of a Hundred Mountains (winner, 2012 Bright Hill Press Chapbook Competition), That Country’s SoulA Language Full of Wars and Songs, and Snapshots from a Battle.  He also served as  co-editor of BigCityLit.com, and is now an advisor. 

Special Guest:

Stephanie Rauschenbusch

Stephanie Rauschenbusch started writing poems at age ten after seeing a Japanese
screen in the Freer Gallery in DC. In her twenties, living in NYC and studying English and
Comparative Literature at Columbia, she met Louis Zukofsky and George Oppen and Paul
Blackburn and Robert Kelly.  At the time she was married to Louis Rowan, who published
The Friendly Local Press.  Her poems from that period include “The Fire Dies”.  She went
on to become a painter, and wrote some short stories.  In her forties she began writing poems
again, and studied with William Packard at NYU, also taking seminars with Lucie Brock-Broido,
Marie Howe, Josef Brodsky, Richard Howard, and Amy Clampitt.  
        Her work has been published in Western Humanities Review, The Paris Review( a translation
of a Provencal sestina), FIRE(Oxfordshire), The Paterson Journal, and Poetry in Performance.
Her chapbook was published in Maastricht, Holland in 2000.


 




This event is free and open to the public,
but please register so that we know how many to expect
and so we can contact you if we need to reschedule
due to inclement weather or other reasons.

When:
Tuesday, February 25, 2020, 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
Where:
Exact address in confirmation email. 6th Ave/9th St

Contact(s):
Andi Peretz
Category:
Lectures and Talks
Registration is not Required
This room is accessible. Please contact us for additional accessibility information.
Cancellation Policy:
Please respect your host, as well as the other GNPS members who have registered and on the wait list, by giving sufficient advance notice if your plans change and you cannot attend.
Thank you.
Capacity:
35
Available Slots:
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