Wave Books Festival Nov 4-6 Red Pine, Zhang Er & More

October 28, 2011
Splabman

Red Pine

Seattle’s own Wave Books presents its 2nd annual 3 Days of Poetry festival. This year the festival will celebrate POETRY IN TRANSLATION, November 4th through 6th, in association with the Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington, featuring readings in the James Turrell Skyspace, art exhibitions, lectures, and discussions. Each day, attendees can choose from fifteen hour-long talks and readings, with local and national poets, translators, and editors.

Participants include: Alejandro de Acosta, John Beer, Joshua Beckman, Michael Biggins, Don Mee Choi, Kevin Craft, Zhang Er, Graham Foust, Samuel Frederick, Anthony Geist, Cole Heinowitz, Annie Janusch, Laura Jensen, Giuseppe Leporace, Anthony McCann, Summer Robinson, Sarah Valentine, Alissa Valles, Jonathan Way, Michael Wiegers, Deborah Woodard, Maged Zaher, and Matthew Zapruder.

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