The Racial Justice Committee at the Fellowship is sponsoring the reading. Saturday, March 3, to p.m., Byrd’s Books, 126 Greenwoods Avenue, Bethel, Connecticut, a poetry reading with Laurel Peterson, Lisa Schwartz, Phillip Lu, and Sydney Eddison. For a WPKN discussion of CT Arts Day with other panelists, visit For a television interview with guests Julia Morris Paul and Rennie Mc Quilkin, see https://youtu.be/rzv E9h Luxsc.Saturday, February 10, p.m., House of Books, 10 North Main Street, Kent, Connecticut, a poetry reading with Lori Desrosiers, Patrick Donnelly and Karen Skolfield. For a radio interview preceding Rennie's reading at the Institute Library in New Haven, see https://soundcloud.com/new-haven-independent/at-the-moment-connecticuts-poet-laureate. Monday, April 16, 2018, p.m., Werner Theater, Westminster School: public reading Thursday, November 15, 2018, 7 p.m., two Antrim House readers in the Wintonbury Library Poetry Series, Bloomfield, CT.This is one of the longest running literary shows in the U. Joel Johnson's poem, "An Idea She Got from Oprah" was featured on the Rattle website as a poem of the day: An interview with Joel Johnson as been posted on "Geosi Reads": https://geosireads.wordpress.com/2015/03/28/interview-with-joel-f-johnson-author-of-a-map-of-what-matters/.Saturday, April 28, 3 pm, I'll be reading garden-themed poetry at the Lan Su Chinese Garden, 220 NW Second Avenue, Portland, as part of the Garden's celebration of Poetry Month. Saturday, May 26, 3-5 pm Portland poet Emmett Wheatfall will join me to present poems about race at West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 8470 SW Oleson Rd, Portland, OR.And here's the i Tunes link for the show: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nooo-im-bisexual-youre-confused/id1069677478? Mass is now listing as a hot new read amongst recently published Massachusetts Poets. Kevin was recently interviewed by Mass Poetry, the results of which will go live around March 7th in the series "Getting to Know." This just in: Kevin Hogan's has been named a 2016 Lambda Finalist.The event celebrates literary achievements in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender writing for books published in 2015.
Monday, April 9th, 7 pm, RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison, CT: reading/book-signing (with Laura Altshul, Ginny Lowe Connors, Andrea Fry, and others) See You Tube for a Friday, Nov.Wilson as well as Ginny Connors, David Leff, Sheri Bedingfield, and Joan Hofmann.April 9, 7 PM, RJ Julia in Madison, 768 Boston Post Rd., short reading of poems from the anthology .This will be the book launch for my new collection of poetry, ." Emmett has many years as a person working on behalf of diversity. We will read for a while and then have coffee and conversation. I'm planning to move sometime this summer so I'm looking forward to what may be a final reading in Portland.You can read more about Emmett on his website -- I'm honored he will join me.