POL regrets that we must postpone the event scheduled for February 13th, due to weather.
Poets Out Loud is a community of poetry at Fordham University at Lincoln Center. POL's mission is to provide opportunities for the creation, dissemination and enjoyment of poetry. The POL Reading Series presents free, year-round public readings by noted and emerging poets, serving the Fordham University community and New York City at large. The POL Book Series, run in coordination with Fordham University Press, issues two new full-length volumes of poetry annually, awarding publication and honoraria to the best manuscripts submitted in an international competition.
All readings are at 7 PM, 12th floor lounge, Lincoln Center Fordham campus (113 West 60 Street, a block from Columbus Circle subway.) All readings are free and open to the public.
Tuesday, September 17
Poets Out Loud PrizesThe deadline for the 2013-2014 POL Prizes was November 8, 2013. KIMIKO HAHN will judge the POL Prize.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2012-2013 POL Prizes:
Gray Matter, by Sara Michas-Martin
Winner of the POL Prize, selected by Susan Wheeler
Errings, by Peter Streckfus
Winner of the POL Editor's Prize
Poets Out Loud
Aracelis Girmay and Amaud Jamaul Johnson. Reading coordinated with First-Year Orientation program.
Tuesday, October 15
Frank Bidart and Jonathan Galassi. Reading co-sponsored with Poetry Society of America.
Thursday, November 7
Emily Fragos and Phillis Levin. (Updated.)
[Thursday, February 13]
Donne and Contemporary Poetry Reading featuring Molly Peacock reading her own poems, followed by a special musical performance by Nigel Smith, performing settings of poems by John Donne and Paul Muldoon, composed by Nigel Smith with Andrew C. Lovett.
Monday, March 10
Launch of Poets Out Loud prize books: Sara Michas-Martin, Gray Matter (POL Prize, selected by Susan Wheeler);
Peter Streckfus, Errings (POL Editor's Prize, selected by Elisabeth Frost); reading with Susan Wheeler (2012-2013 POL Prizes External Judge)
Monday, April 7
Distinguished poet Elizabeth Alexander and high school student-participants in POL workshops series.
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