///MAR. 15 Princeton, NJ
4:30 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
A reading with Kirstin Valdez Quade
Althea Ward Clark W’21
Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center
91 University Place
///APR. 12 Berkeley, CA
A reading with Max Kaisler
The Holloway Series in Poetry
Hearst Field Annex
Room D37, UC Berkeley
REVIEW: Buck Studies, BOMB Magazine
REVIEW: Buck Studies, New York Journal of Books
REVIEW: Someone Took They Tongues., decomP
REVIEW: Mess and Mess and, Publisher’s Weekly (Starred Review)
INTERVIEW: Solstice Magazine with Danielle Legros Georges
INTERVIEW/DISCUSSION: The People (Kearney and Tisa Bryant) with Matthew Timmons and Ben White
INTERVIEW: Poetry L.A. with Mariano Zaro
INTERVIEW: Post No Ills with Abdul Ali
INTERVIEW: Weekend Edition (NPR) with Rachel Martin
REVIEW/INTERVIEW: Patter, Anthony Fife, Poetry Matters
REVIEW: Patter, Amaranth Borsuk, Lana Turner
REVIEW: Patter, Scout
REVIEW: Patter (one of Some Vital Books from 2014), Arielle Greenberg, American Poetry Review
REVIEW: Patter, Diana Arterian, Coldfront
REVIEW: Patter, Stefanie Wortman, Monkeybicycle
REVIEW: Patter, Wesley Rothman, American Microreviews and Interviews
REVIEW: Patter, Timothy, Hazel & Wren
REVIEW: Patter, Sean Singer, The Rumpus
REVIEW: Patter, Luke Fidler, The Economy
REVIEW: Patter, Mike Sonksen, LA Letters
NEWS: Kearney and Anne LeBaron’s opera, Crescent City, received great reviews! Here’s a word or two from The LA Times
NEWS: Kearney’s second book, The Black Automaton is still moving strong. Discussed recently in the The Huffington Post, American Poetry Review and Callaloo.
NEWS: Douglas Kearney wins a Whiting Writers’ Award. Here’s a link to a feature story in the LA Times.
Below are some links to reviews of The Black Automaton.
REVIEW: Ruth Ellen Kocher/About A Word
REVIEW: Kevin Killian/ Amazon.com
REVIEW: Evan J Peterson/The Rumpus
REVIEW: Micah Ling/Tarapaulin Sky
REVIEW: Vanessa Place/The Constant Critic
REVIEW: Ed Skoog/On the Seawall
REVIEW: Jeff Brandt/Inkfist
REVIEW: Jeffrey Cyphers Wright/The Brooklyn Rail
Here’s a link to a review of Fear, Some.
REVIEW: Michael Parker/Oranges & Sardines
A two-page opera about a minstrel turned mass murderer! What lynching and Internet porn have in common! And a poem called: “Drop It Like It’s Hottentot Venus!” All this, and more, in SkinMag, a new chapbook by Douglas Kearney. Only $7. Cheap! Click to preview and order right now right now!
It’s here! A live reading of several poems from the National Poetry Series selection and PEN America finalist, The Black Automaton!