Poets Wear Prada is a poetry publishing house with excellent poets and affordable books with beautiful covers. Have you had your poetry today?--Meredith Sue Willis, Books for Readers * * * Stylistically, these beautifully designed and produced chapbooks bear their own distinctive signature.--Linda Lerner, SMALL PRESS REVIEW

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Thurs. 2/16 Poets Weinraub, Young, Baxter + Open 7-9pm Space on White NYC

come fill up the page ...

Thursday, February 16, 2011

from 7pm to 9pm

Poets on White






open mic

(Sign-up 6:45pm with Cindy Hochman)


[space on white]

81 White Street

(Tribeca, near Broadway)

New York, NY 10013

(212) 227-8600

Hosts: Evie Ivy & Cindy Hochman

$4.00 donation

Directions: J, N, R, Q, B and #6,1 train, A,C,E trains slightly longer walk

to Canal Street; Space on White is two blocks south of Canal Street

Related to the Marx Brothers through his mother, RICHARD MARX WEINRAUB was born in New York City in 1949; he was a Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico from 1987 through 2010. His poetry has appeared in many journals including The Paris Review, Asheville Poetry Review, Measure, Slate, and River Styx. A book of his poetry entitled Wonder Bread Hill was published in 2002 by the University of Puerto Rico Press. A Spanish translation of Wonder Bread Hill was published by Terranova Press. A chapbook of his poetry entitled Heavenly Bodies was published in 2008 by Poets Wear Prada. A poem from the chapbook was nominated for a 2009 Pushcart Prize

MICHAEL T. YOUNG's most recent collection, a chapbook titled "Living in the Counterpoint," is about to be released by Finishing Line Press. His previous books include the full-length "Transcriptions of Daylight" (Rattapallax Press, 2000), and the chapbook "Because the Wind Has Questions" (Somers Rocks Press, 1997). A full-length book, "The Beautiful Moment of Being Lost," will be published by Black Coffee Press in 2013. He has received both a Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and a William Stafford Award, and he has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His work has appeared in numerous journals including The Adirondack Review, Barrow Street, Iodine Poetry Journal, The Potomac Review, The Louisville Review, and The Same. His work is also included in the anthologies "Chance of a Ghost" (Helicon Nine Editions, 2005) and "Phoenix Rising" (T&W, 2004). He currently lives with his wife and children in Jersey City, New Jersey.

ALAN BAXTER co-hosts Kairos Poetry Cafe, "Creating Community and Sharing Visions of Peace, Love, and Social Justice through Poetry, Music, and the Performing and Visual Arts," the second Sunday each month at Church of the Village, 201 W. 13th St @ 7th Ave, New York, N.Y. from 2-5pm.

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