Molly will read with Alicia Ostriker to celebrate a new anthology, John Donne and Contemporary Poetry (ed. Judith Herz) at Poets Out Loud. Wednesday, February 28, 7pm, 12th floor lounge, Lowenstein Hall, Fordham University, Lincoln Center campus, 113 West 60 Street, New York, NY 10023 (corner of Columbus and 60th Street, a block from Columbus Circle subway hub).
Molly will be reading along with Patricia Carlin, Devin Kelly, Meg Day, Erica Wright and R.A Villanueva at the winter edition of Couplet, a quarterly Poetry Reading Series & Social curated by Leah Umansky. February 10, 7:00pm. The Delancey (lower level), 168 Delancey St, New York, NY 1000.
Molly Peacock reads in New York City at Bryant Park on June 13, 7:30om with Canadian poets Nyla Matuk, Jim Nason and Kilby Smith-McGregor.
Molly will be the Poet Laureate at the West Chester Poetry Conference in West Chester, PA. She will be part of the “Molly Peacock, an Appreciation” panel on June 7 (2:45 pm), chaired by Annie Finch. Molly will also be holding “The Ekphrastic Muse” workshop on June 8-10, 1-3pm. Visit the conference site here.
Molly will be holding “The Little Lyric” workshop at the Poetry by the Sea Conference at Long Island Sound on May, 26 2017, 10-11:30 am. Visit the conference site here. Please note that the workshop is currently filled up.
The pungency of the brief remark is the subject of our workshop on the little lyric. We will be reading and writing little lyrics, deciphering the mysteries of small poems, then trying to make the power of the brief poem our own as we consider short works by Sappho, Basho, Hardy, Dickinson, Crapsey, Williams, Creeley, Szymborska, Ammons, Menashe, Neidecker and others. As we roam from the ancient to the contemporary, from Asia to Eastern Europe to North America, we will consider the forms of prosodic brevity from the triplet to the triolet, the haiku to the cinquain. This is a class for all levels and any experience with poetry.
Words Thaw 2016: The Malahat Review‘s Fourth Literary Festival
Molly Peacock gives the Lansdowne Lecture at the University of Victoria on March 17, 2016: “Fact, Metaphor and the Single Voice: Where Creative Nonfiction Meets Poetry”—The intuition of the poem and the savoir faire of the essay have much in common…
She reads in the gala, Words on Ice, March 18, 2016.
Molly teaches a Master Class on March 20, 2016, “The Sonnet as a Secret Essay.” The participants will explore the many possible conceptual layers of the sonnet, even thinking of it as “creative non-fiction in disguise.” Sponsored both by The Malahat Review and Planet Earth Poetry.
Seeing Music: Discover how lyric poems sing their songs through images and rhythm.
In a salute to 92Y’s Seeing Music festival, Molly will discuss basic approaches to meter and rhyme, metaphors and similes. She will consider the mysteries of personal music by reading poems from Emily Dickinson to James Merrill. This seminar has no entrance requirements, and classes may be taken individually. Each session combines reading and, for all who wish, writing poems. The seminar meets on the following four Sundays from 2-5pm at the 92nd St Y: February 7, 21, 28 and March 6, 2016.
Location: Unterberg Poetry Center, the 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue at East 92 St., New York, NY 10128. Register Here.
Poetry Reading at the University of Miami
Thursday, April 2, 2015
6:00 pm reception
6:30-7:30 pm reading and Q&A
Sponsored by the Department of English and Creative Writing
University of Miami
Coral Gables, Florida
Contact the Department for more details..
Spring Poetry Tea Party
with special guest Sue Goyette
April 19, 2015
brief presentation at 3 pm
884 Queen Street E.
Toronto, ON M4M 1J3
(Joy Bistro is located at the corner of Booth Ave., one block west of Logan Ave.)
We’d love it if you brought a friend, too!
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Tightrope Books, Inc.
#207-2 College St.
Toronto ON M5G 1K3
Reading on the theme of Love
with Molly Peacock and others.
April 29, 2015.
Park Hyatt Toronto, 4 Avenue Rd.
Doors open at 6:00 pm.
Single evening tickets $65 (Under 30: $32.50)
Join Molly as she volunteers as a guest bookseller as part of Authors for Indies Day.
Saturday, May 2 from 2:00-4:00 pm
Book City Yonge & St. Clair
1430 Yonge St. (just south of St. Clair)
Toronto ON, M4T 1Y6