Reading with Sobral-Campos, Giragosian, Prisco
October 3 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
St. Rocco’s Reading for the Dispossessed for October
Feauturing Sarah Giragosian, Isabel Sobral-Campos and Julie Prisco
NOTE NEW TIME: 3pm - 5pm THIS EVENT WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED TO START AT 4:30. SOME CALENDARS MAY STILL SAY THAT. IT'S GETTING CHILLY AND DARK. STARTING SOONER.
THIS WILL BE AN OUTDOOR EVENT
At Gabi’s Garden / People’s Park – corner of Grand St. and Wilbur Street
We will have amplification.
Everyone must wear a mask and practice social distancing.
We will not provide refreshments at this event. Please bring your own.
There will be a few chairs, but if you can bring your own chair that’s great and helps everyone with social distancing.
This is a free event. Donations are welcome.
ISABEL SOBRAL CAMPOS is a poet and Associate Teaching Professor of Writing at Northeastern University. She is the author of the poetry collection Your Person Doesn’t Belong to You (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, 2018), and the chapbooks Material (No, Dear and Small Anchor Press, 2015), and You Will Be Made of Stone (dancing girl press, 2018). She is also the co-founder of Sputnik & Fizzle.
SARAH GIRAGOSIAN is the author of the poetry collection Queer Fish, a winner of the American Poetry Journal Book Prize (Dream Horse Press, 2017) and The Death Spiral (Black Lawrence Press, 2020). The craft anthology, Marbles on the Floor: How to Assemble a Book of Poems, which is co-edited by Sarah and Virginia Konchan, is forthcoming from The University of Akron Press. Sarah’s writing has appeared in such journals as Orion, Ecotone, Tin House, and Prairie Schooner, among others. She teaches at the University at Albany-SUNY.
JULIE PRISCO is a creative writer and a student of English and Journalism at the University at Albany.