|Address:||2948 16th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Join Paris Review editor Lorin Stein, Two Lines Press, and translator Jan Steyn for a night of experimentation and conversation as we celebrate the work of French writer and artist Edouard Levé.
|Venue:||Culture Services of the French Embassy|
|Address:||972 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10075
What motivates a group to launch a new publication? How might a journal form its editorial stance and identity? How can it ensure its content evolves over the years, along with its editorial committee? At what point does a journal decide to end production, or to begin publishing in another format?
With Jean Bourgault (Les Temps modernes), Laurent Dubreuil (Diacritics, Labyrinthe), Heidi Julavits (The Believer), Oliver Rohe (Inculte, Le Believer) and Nicole Rudick (The Paris Review). Moderated by Uzoamaka Maduka (The American Reader).
More information on the event and festival can be found here.
|Venue:||The Italian Academy at Columbia University|
|Address:||1161 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10027
The Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program presents a reading by Professor Richard Howard on the occasion of the publication of his new collection, A Progressive Education.
Howard was the poetry editor of The Paris Review for many years as well as a long-time contributor. He will be reading from his body of work, about the ideal class of endlessly curious and delightfully observant progressive school sixth graders.
|Venue:||Minneapolis Convention Center|
|Address:||1301 S 2nd Ave., Room 200 H&I, Level 2
Minneapolis, MN 55403
An 2015 AWP event.
Filled with writers, Twitter is an optimal place for literary journals to gain interest from readers, but when you are the voice behind a literary journal, how do you know whom to follow or how often to tweet? This panel of tweeters from Better Magazine, Indiana Review, NANO Fiction, The Paris Review, and Ploughshares will discuss the ways in which literary journals use Twitter accounts to promote authors and gain subscribers while also sharing the rewards and regrets of having an account.
Moderated by Sophie Rosenblum, digital director Justin Alvarez is joined by Katie Moulton, Kent Shaw, and Miriam Cook.
More event information here.