“Frequency North,” the visiting writers reading series at The College of Saint Rose, returns for its third season with another aggressively eclectic mix of award-winning poets, authors, essayists, and one comedian/playwright/actor/bartender.
The 2007-08 series kicks off Thursday, October 4, with David Lehman, acclaimed author of several collections of poems and series editor of The Best American Poetry. Author Nalini Jones and essayist Wayne Koestenbaum follow in November. Spring will bring readings by poet Gregory Pardlo, the first writer of color to win the American Poetry Review/Honickman Prize; author Darcey Steinke; Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz, founder and host of a three-time National Poetry Slam Championship venue in New York; and Shappy Seasholtz, slam poet, playwright, comedian, actor and head bartender at New York’s Bowery Poetry Club.
Frequency North is sponsored by the The College of Saint Rose School of Arts and Humanities and the English, Spectrum and Identity student organizations.
All readings begin at 7:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. For more information, visit the series’ website at FrequencyNorth.com or contact Daniel Nester, Assistant Professor of English and series curator, at 518-454-2812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.