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Event Calendar
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exhibitions
November 1 -25

Fragile Not Found: Molly Hassler, Anika Kowalik & LaNia Sproles

performances
November 18

Concert: Alternating Currents Live presents The Bridge #15

readings & workshops
November 20

Project Cozy an Art Workshop with Anika Kowalik

readings & workshops
November 27

Reading: Theodore Van Alst Jr.

readings & workshops
November 28

Poetry Reading: Krystal Languell & Dominique Salas

readings & workshops
November 30

Poetry Reading: Anna Vitale and Daniel Owen

performances
December 9

Alternating Currents Live presents James Sanders’ Dark Matter String Band

film & video
December 14

Film Screening: Riverwest Film & Video by Emir Cakaroz

performances
December 20

Formations Series for New & Improvised Music

Archived readings & workshops
Sep 6 Thursday, September 6
7:00pm, $6

Join us for an evening with Hieu Minh Nguyen and Faisal Mohyuddin!

We’ll be celebrating the publication of Hieu Minh Nguyen’s Not Here (Coffee House Press, 2018), and Faisal Mohyuddin’s The Displaced Children of Displaced Children (Eyewear Publishing, 2018).

Hieu Minh Nguyen is a queer Vietnamese American poet, a Kundiman fellow, and a poetry editor for Muzzle Magazine. His work has appeared in the Southern Indiana Review, Guernica, Ninth Letter, Devil's Lake, Bat City Review, the Paris-American, and elsewhere. Hieu is the author of This Way to the Sugar (Write Bloody Press, 2014), which was a finalist for both a Minnesota Book Award and a Lambda Literary Award. His newest collection, Not Here, was recently released via Coffee House Press in April of 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faisal Mohyuddin is the author of The Displaced Children of Displaced Children, winner of the 2017 Sexton Prize for Poetry and a 2018 Summer Recommendation of the Poetry Book Society. Also the author of the chapbook The Riddle of Longing, Faisal teaches English at Highland Park High School in Illinois, serves as an educator advisor to the global not-for-profit Narrative 4, and lives with his family in Chicago.


This is part of a series of readings celebrating new and recent poetry publications. The series has been generously funded by The Poetry Foundation, publishers of Poetry Magazine who work to raise poetry to a more visible and influential position in our culture.