March 7, 2012

Third-Annual Connecting Cultures Reading

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March 7, 2012                                                                       NYC Update
Third-Annual Connecting Cultures Reading

If you're in the New York City area, please join us Thursday, March 15, for Connecting Cultures, our third annual cross-cultural reading.

This year's reading will feature writers who have participated in events through organizations funded by Poets & Writers' Readings/Workshops program, including: Cave Canem Foundation, Inspired Word NYC, Kundiman, LatinosNYC, and Poeticworks.

The reading will take place at Cave Canem Foundation in Brooklyn, 20 Jay Street, Suite 310-A, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Admission is free; no RSVP required.

Poets & Writers Presents Connecting Cultures 
March 15--6:30 PM
Cave Canem Foundation 
20 Jay Street, Suite 310-A 
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Upcoming NYC News and Events

Our website,, can help you find other writers, events, jobs, and literary places in your area. Here's a sampling of items of interest for those in the New York metro area:

From Poets & Writers Magazine:

Millennium Magazines, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art looks back at the past dozen years in artist-magazine production. The installation showcases collagelike glossies, artfully packaged journals of experimental poetry and prose, and other paper curiosities in circulation around the world that have been archived in the museum's library. The exhibition, which opened on February 20, runs through May 14. Read more.

From the Literary Events Calendar:

Reading and book signing with Eleanor Henderson, Myfanwy Collins & Suzzy Roche at Gild Hall (March 13).

Bellevue Literary Review Spring Reading at Bellevue Hospital (March 25).

Reading by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, at Queens College (March 27).

See more NYC events, or add your own reading, workshop, or book signing to the Literary Events Calendar.

Plus: our Job Listings currently include several positions in the NYC area with organizations like PEN American Center and BOMB Magazine.

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