Events




COLORADO COLLEGE
THE MACLEAN SYMPOSIUM: ASIAN AMERICAN LITERATURES


WITH CATHY PARK HONG & MAI DER VANG

April 13, 14 2022

Details to come.


UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
1. Reading: NEW VOICES IN POETRY

February 10, 2022
6PM (Central)

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2. CONVERSATION WITH AARON COHICK
(UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LIBRARIES)


February 10, 2022
12 NOON (Central)

Details to come.



University of Cincinnati 


February 16, 2022  Time TBA(Virtual Event)
Details to come.



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO | NEW WRITING SERIES


November 17, 2021. 5 PM Pacific / 8 PM Eastern

Details to come.



SINGAPORE WRITER’S FESTIVAL 2021


Promiscuous Poetics: A Conversation on Hybrid Poetry (Livestream)

November 10, 2021  8am – 9am EST

Featured Speakers: Mok Zining, Divya Victor, Aase Berg

Moderator: Shubigi Rao


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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY 

October 7, 6:30 PM Pacific/9:30 Eastern 2021

Reading at the Holloway Reading Series

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY | Center for Poetry

Residential College of Arts & Humanities
October 6, 7PM Eastern

Poetry of Witness, Poetry of Resistance Series:
An Evening with Divya Victor and Serena Chopra



UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, BOTHELL

Fall Convergence | Commissioned Performances
October 1, 2021, 6-9 PM Pacific

Performances by:
Anida Yoeu Ali
Naomi Macalalad Bragin
Malkia Devich Cyril
Khadijah Queen
Larissa Lai
Stephanie Segura
Jake Skeets
Aisha Sabatini Sloan
Divya Victor
L. Lamar Wilson



THE POETRY PROJECT

“this is all // that matters” : South Asian Poets on Diaspora, Kith, Material, and Speech”


September 29, 2021, 8:00-9:30 PM EST

With:
Prageeta Sharma
Serena Chopra
Aditi Machado
Kama La Mackerel



POETRY & BYOBiscuits

August 12, 2021 7:30 PM Central

With Ruben Quesada, George Abraham, Nathan Hoks

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MOONSTONE ARTS CENTER

August 15, 2021

Reading from CURB
With Fióna Bolger & Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan

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NAROPA UNIVERSITY

Summer Writing Program
“Imagine Shelter: Developing Process and Poetics”
June 21-25, 2021

Lessons & Conversations



University of Łódź (Poland)

At the Dusk of Literature?–21st-century North American writing in extremis.
Department of North American Literature & Culture
June 25–26, 2021

Keynote Address: “Poetry’s Refusal to be Obituary: Witnessing Mass Death Events in 21st C Poetry. With Remarks on William Wordsworth & Douglas Kearney”



NIGHTBOAT SPRING READING

June 14, 7PM Eastern 

with Rosamond S. King, Muriel Leung, Rosie Stockton, Cole Swensen, Divya Victor

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Event Recording

ASLE (ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF LITERATURE & THE ENVIRONMENT) CONFERENCE


Synchronous/Asynchronous Gathering
with: Camille Dungy, Allison Cobb, Emily Raboteau



STETSON UNIVERSITY: LOW RESIDENCY MFA


Divya Victor & Aaron Cohick will discuss the creation of CURB, a collaborative artist's book, as well as non-traditional modes of publishing (advantages, disadvantages, challenges, opportunities).

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Book Launch

May 6, 8pm EST
Zoom
Register at tinyurl.com/Encircling-CURB

A reading / listening / assembling / encircling / embodying / voicing, with Douglas Kearney, Aaron Cohick, Cathy Park Hong, Prageeta Sharma, Divya Victor, C. A. Conrad, Serena Chopra, Carolyn Chen, and Amarnath Ravva, hosted by Nightboat Books


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Book Publication Date

April 27