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eXfoliation was a success! The new quarterly reading series at bookculture on 112th street between Broadway and Amsterdam in Manhattan. The next eXfoliation (winter edition) will be Wednesday, February 18, 2015.

This November 6th, LOUFFA PRESS was more than pleased to present eXfoliation: two poets and two writers of prose at bookculture. Hosted by David Moscovich and Justin Maki.

eXfoliation November 6th, 7PM @bookculture, 536 W 112th St (NY,NY) Subway 1: Cathedral Parkway/110th St FREE

featuring:

A. H. JERRIOD AVANT, poetry

MATT DOJNY, fiction

AMY FUSSELMAN, nonfiction

CLAUDIA SEREA, poetry


eXfoliation was a success! The new quarterly reading series at bookculture on 112th street between Broadway and Amsterdam in Manhattan. The next eXfoliation (winter edition) will be Wednesday, February 18, 2015.

This November 6th, LOUFFA PRESS was more than pleased to present eXfoliation: two poets and two writers of prose at bookculture. Hosted by David Moscovich and Justin Maki.

eXfoliation November 6th, 7PM @bookculture, 536 W 112th St (NY,NY) Subway 1: Cathedral Parkway/110th St FREE

featuring:

A. H. JERRIOD AVANT, poetry

MATT DOJNY, fiction

AMY FUSSELMAN, nonfiction

CLAUDIA SEREA, poetry

Bookculture is located on 112th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam in Manhattan. Louffa Press is featured in the newly appointed small press section at Bookculture.

Last night the Academy of American Poets held a Chancellor's reading at Skirball Center NYU.

It was breathtaking to see these poets read. Jane Hirschfield and Edward Hirsch, Claudia Rankine and Juan Felipe Herrera among others. That is an adjective I think I have never used before to refer to any reading. But if you examine the list of poets from the evening you may understand why. Tonight is an event free and open to the public...what a city AMERICAN POETS PRIZES CEREMONY & RECEPTION, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Celebrate this year’s recipients of the American Poets Prizes, given by the Academy of American Poets, with readings by Brian Blanchfield, Luigi Bonaffini, Rigoberto Gonz├ílez, Robert Hass, Hannah Sanghee Park, and Tracy K. Smith. A public reception with the poets and presenters will follow the ceremony. This event is free and open to the public. The Auditorium at 66 West 12th Street, The New School


Once ipon a time, I had a professor whose reading packet held an unusual title: CRAFT OF FICTIPON. I understood immediately that he had sprung on us a brilliant neologism. FICTIPON: (n.) to pontificate ipon the craft of fiction.