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Allison Hedge Coke  

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06/28/15 - 07/04/15 http://coffeehousepress.org/shop/streaming/ Allison Hedge Coke in Boulder, CO Naropa University 2015 Summer Writing Program United States
Admission: Varied. Address: 2130 Arapahoe Avenue. Class Action/Reaction Workshop: This is a culturally rich workshop based in kinship and literary action. Through examination of our representative personal cultural/social communities, and quick surveys of several poetic/literary kinship and relevant aesthetic samples, we will embrace the opportunity to engage in crafting successful pieces, while strengthening our understanding of activist strategies available in kinships and technologies of our space, time, and place. Be prepared to walk in with a poem and come planning to write tons more. Registration is required to attend Allison Hedge Coke’s workshop. Please click the following link to read more about this even and register: Related post. More information
07/06/15 - 07/13/15 http://coffeehousepress.org/shop/streaming/ Allison Hedge Coke in Wallowa Lake, OR Summer Fishtrap 2015 Faculty & Workshops United States
Admission: Varied. Age restrictions: All Ages. Writing as Freedom Workshop: Coming together as creative community, we will take inspiration from our surroundings, our memories, and our daily lives. In our workshop, we will practice the art of close witnessing—and consider the barriers that typically restrict our ability to produce significant work. We will investigate our own poetics with dedication to our environment(s), culture(s), gender(s), history(ies), and lives as literary activists, students, mentors, and doers. We’ll work with the place and space to create new work, but also find time to simply be. Along with words, our humanity has a place here to cultivate new range. Come empty or full, but be open to what you might reach. Related post. More information

Coffee House Press  

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07/11/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Coffee House Press in Louisville, KY Carmichael’s Bookstore United States
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 2720 Frankfort Avenue. Interested in learning how to start your own Little Free Library? We’ve invited a local carpenter and an owner of a LFL to come speak at Carmichael’s about getting started with your own. Come with your own ideas and questions. We hope to see LFLs popping up all over the city!
07/16/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Coffee House Press in Minneapolis, MN Coffee House Press United States
Time: 5:30pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 79 Thirteenth Avenue NE. It’s time for Coffee House’s annual summer happy hour, barbecue, and book sale! Invite friends and join us at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 16th on the tracks adjacent to our offices (79 Thirteenth Ave. NE, Minneapolis). We will have grilled eats, books for $5 or less, and a whole lot of mingling with our favorite people: you! Weather permitting, we’ll be stationed outside. Either way, the snacks and drinks are on us! More information

Quintan Ana Wikswo  

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07/07/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Quintan Ana Wikswo in Brooklyn, NY Greenlight Bookstore United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 686 Fulton Street. Brooklyn-based author, visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker Quintan Ana Wikswo is a former human rights activist whose experiences inform her adventurous transdisciplinary projects. Her new book The Hope of Floating Has Carried Us This Far is a collection of stories and photographs in which characters defy the limits of physics to escape the all too human pain of love and loss. Wikswo talks about her work with fellow author Robert Repino, editor at Oxford University Press and author most recently of the novel Mort(e). The discussion will be accompanied by images from the book on our big screen, and preceded by Wikswo reading, accompanied by her video projections from the book with live upright bass by Brooklyn composer Arthur Kell. Join us for a unique multi-media event from one of Brooklyn’s most engaging artistic and literary voices. More information

Saeed Jones  

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09/04/15 - 09/06/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Saeed Jones in Decatur, GA 101 E Court Square United States
Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 101 E Court Square. AJC Decatur Book Festival presents Saeed Jones, whose debut poetry collection Prelude to Bruise was the winner of the 2015 Stonewall Book Award/Barbara Gittings Literature Award and a finalist for the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award. His work has appeared in publications like Guernica, The Rumpus, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and Blackbird among others. He is the recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem and Queer / Art / Mentors. More information

Ted Mathys  

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07/17/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Ted Mathys in Portland, OR Bad Blood Reading Series at ADX United States
Time: 7:00pm. Address: 417 SE 11th Avenue. Reading in PDX at the Bad Blood Reading Series. Other readers and location to be determined. More information
07/23/15 http://coffeehousepress.org Ted Mathys in Seattle, Washington Vermillion Gallery- Seattle United States
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: Free. Address: 1508 11th Ave. Venue phone: 206-709-9797. More information

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