Arriving at a Shoreline: Anthology Release Celebration!!!

Proud to be reading “For All We Know” for great weather for MEDIA this Saturday, August 20 from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at our beloved Parkside Lounge at 317 East Houston Street near Attorney Street in East Village, NY

Celebrate great weather for MEDIA’s latest anthology, “Arriving at a Shoreline”, with an incredible lineup of contributing poets and writers.

Featuring: Joanna Acevedo, Patricia Carragon, Amy Cook, Kat Georges, Ed Go, Meghan Grupposo, Bibbe Hansen, Tanya Ko Hong, Javan Howard, Sarah Iqbal, Craig Kite, Linda Lerner, Lucía Orellana Damacela, Yuko Otomo, Puma Perl, Ron Price, Blake Z. Rong, Karl Roulston, Lady John William Snyder, and Francine Witte

Hosted by David Lawton

“Arriving at a Shoreline” is an invigorating collection of poetry and short fiction from sixty-four writers across the United States and beyond. The anthology also contains interviews with National Book Award winner Martín Espada and legendary Bay Area poet Jack Foley.

Copies of the book are selling for $22

If you wish to order copies, go to this link below:


Poets Building Bridges, Sunday, March 6 FROM 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST

Proud to be part of this spectacular event. Thank you, George Wallace for inviting me to read:

The second in a month-long series of triangulations between international communities of poets, conceived, produced and directed by series host George Wallace.

Attendance at this zoom event, which will also be streamed live on Facebook and recorded and posted on Youtube, is free.  

Please note morning start!

Featured on March 6 are the following: 

From BULGARIA; Anton Baev, Elka Dimitrova, and poet/musician Ivan Hristo (poet / musician) 

From GEORGIA: Shota Iatashvili, Paata Shamugia, and musician Erikle Deisadze 

From NYC: Billy Cancel, Patricia Carragon, Chatham Grey, and musician Ptr Kozlowski 

In addition to Wallace, comperes for the event are Anton Baev, Shota Iatashvili. Facebook livestream will be hosted by great weather for MEDIA. YouTube recording courtesy of Cultivating Voices. 

Please register on Eventbrite:

This event is the second in the inaugural World Poetry Day Triangulation Project, an arts collaboration joining poets and musicians worldwide for six days in March, 2022.