Wednesday Night Sessions, our reading series hosted by poet Mitch Nobis, begins a new season this month with readings and interviews with five writers. The first reading will go live on our You Tube channel at 7 pm on Wednesday, March 29th.
See the full schedule below:
March 29: Jared Beloff is a New York City poet whose debut collection, Who Will Cradle Your Head, was published this year. His poetry often explores the anxiety of life amid climate change. For more, see jaredbeloff.com.
April 5: Patrick Nevins is a Midwestern writer whose first novel, Man in a Cage, fictionalizes American naturalist Richard Garner’s studies of chimpanzees as colonizers intrude Africa. For more, go to patricknevins.com.
April 12: Sandra Newman is an innovative novelist whose most recent book, The Men, imagines a world where everyone with a Y chromosome disappears and whose next novel retells George Orwell’s 1984 from Julia’s point of view.
April 19: Diane Seuss is a Michigan writer whose poetry collection, Frank: Sonnets, won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2022. She teaches at Kalamazoo College and joins Theodore Roethke and Philip Levine as Michigan poets to win the Pulitzer.
April 26: Raphael “Ralph” Jenkins is a Detroit native and Pushcart-nominated poet whose work has been featured in Narrative, TriQuarterly, Adroit Journal, and others. For more, see https://linktr.ee/RALPHEEBOI.