Lehr and Grosholz at Carmine St. Metrics, March 1
Carmine Street Metrics
Sunday, March 1, 2020
Otto's Shrunken Head
538 East 14th Street
(between Avenues A and B)
New York City
Please join us at Carmine Street Metrics for our March reading!
Special features: Emily Grosholz & Quincy R. Lehr
***Open Mic (metrical poetry encouraged but all poetry welcome)***
Emily Grosholz has published nine books of poetry. Her book Childhood (2014) has been translated into five languages and supports UNICEF. Her most recent collections The Stars of Earth: New and Selected Poems (2017) and Great Circles: The Transits of Mathematics and Poetry (2018) showcase her interests in the intersections between philosophy, mathematics, science, and language. She teaches philosophy at Pennsylvania State University, and is advisory editor for The Hudson Review. Her books illustrate her collaborations with the artists Farhad Ostovani, Lucy Vines Bonnefoy, Robert Fathauer and Paul Resika; and a set of CDs and ongoing projects record her musical collaborations with Bruce Trinkley, Koko Tanikawa, Mirco De Stefani and Hinako Omori.
Quincy R. Lehr is a booger-eating moron with questionable hygiene whose most recent book is The Dark Lord of the Tiki Bar (2015), who lives in Los Angeles, and who edits The Raintown Review.