We have a fabulous line up for our next event, recognising the New York influence on Arrival at Elsewhere, including extracts from the book and readers’ own poems. Please join us on Zoom Saturday 10th April 8pm in the UK, 3pm in New York – and sign up in advance at https://arrival-elsewhere-ny.eventbrite.com.
Catherine Fletcher is a Virginia-based writer. Recent work has appeared in journals such as Hopkins Review, Entropy, New Contrast, and Burning House Press, among others. She served for a decade as Director of Poetry Programs at the New York-based organization, City Lore, specializing in the grassroots poetry of immigrant communities. She also was Managing Director of the Los Angeles-based Ghost Road Company and served on the organizing committee of the Edge of the World Theater Festival, which highlighted the work of Los Angeles’ small theatres. http://cafletcher.blogspot.com/
John Foy’s third book of poems, No One Leaves the World Unhurt, won the 2020 Donald Justice Poetry Prize and was published early 2021 by Autumn House Press. His second book, Night Vision, won the New Criterion Poetry Prize and was published by St. Augustine’s Press in 2016. It was also a finalist for the 2018 Poets’ Prize. He lives and works in New York. https://johnffoy.net/
Rachel Hadas is the author of many books of poetry, essays, and translations. Recent poetry collections include The Golden Road (2012), Questions in the Vestibule (2016), and Poems for Camilla (2018). Love and Dread is forthcoming in the fall of 2020, and a prose collection, Piece by Piece, in 2021. Rachel lives in New York City and Vermont, where she hopes to stay for the foreseeable future. Since 2013, she and her husband Shalom Gorewitz have been marrying poetry and video: www.rachelandshalomshow.com
Myronn Hardy is the author of, most recently, Radioactive Starlings, published by Princeton University Press (2017). His poems have appeared in journals such as the New York Times Magazine, jubilat, the Virginia Quarterly Review, and elsewhere. http://www.myronnhardy.com/
David M. Katz is the author of four books of poetry: In Praise of Manhattan, Stanzas on Oz, and Claims of Home (all published by Dos Madres Press), and The Warrior in the Forest (House of Keys Press). Poems of his have appeared in PN Review, Poetry, The New Criterion, and elsewhere. He lives in New York City. davidmkatzpoet.com