October 7th, 2018, 3pm: Q.E.D. Astoria, 27-16 23rd Ave.
Kith & Kin launches its fourth season with two poets of the sublime. Nurse your woes and elevate your language on this day of rest.
Allison Adair’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Arkansas International, Best New Poets, Boston Review, North American Review, and Pleiades, among other journals, and was included in this year’s Best American Poetry anthology. Recently awarded a Pushcart Prize, Allison has previously been honored as the winner of the Mid-American Review Fineline Competition, the Orlando Prize from AROHO, and the Florida Review Editors’ Award. Originally from central Pennsylvania, Allison lives in Boston and teaches at Boston College and Grub Street.
Joe Pan is the author of five poetry collections, Operating Systems (forthcoming Spork Press), The Art Is a Lonely Hunter (forthcoming Posthouse Books), Soffritto, Hi c cu ps, and Autobiomythography & Gallery—all part of an ongoing series—and served as co-editor of the best-selling Brooklyn Poets Anthology. His work has appeared in such venues as the Boston Review, Hyperallergic, The New York Times, and The Philadelphia Review of Books. He is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Brooklyn Arts Press, an independent publishing house honored in 2016 with a National Book Award win in Poetry, as well as serving as the publisher of Augury Books, and is the founder of the services-oriented activist group Brooklyn Artists Helping.
Arlo Quint is the author of Wires and Lights (Rust Buckle, 2016), Death to Explosions (Skysill, 2013), and Drawn In (Fewer & Further, 2010). He collaborated with writer Charles Wolski on Check Out My Lifestyle (Well Greased, 2012).
November 4th, 2018, 3pm: Q.E.D. Astoria, 27-16 23rd Ave.
Reed Bye will be giving a reading and will perform songs.