Jacinto Lucas Pires in his premier and only appearance in New York City reading from his first book translated into English, The True Actor; Laurie Stone, longtime writer for the Village Voice, and a widely published author of fiction and nonfiction reading from her new and published work; and Brian Sousa, reading from his new novel Almost Gone, at the launch of the new issue of St. Petersburg Review on November 17, 2013 at KGB Bar Fiction Reading Series at 7:30 p.m. Reception to follow.
Join St. Petersburg Review at the first ever book fair and public reading as part of the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature on Friday, May 3, 2013 at the NYU Washington Mews on 5th Avenue between 8th and 9th Street from 12 noon to 6 p.m.
Between 4:35 p.m. and 5:05 p.m., SPR is sponsoring contributors Ishion Hutchinson, Irina Mashinski, Mukoma wa Ngugi, and Alexi Tsvetkov reading from their works on the program stage at the book fair.
Join SPR for a reading on March 27, 2013 at Cornelia Street Café at 6 p.m.
Marc Jaffee is a founding editor of Box of Jars, an online journal of art and literature. He received his MFA from Washington University. His poems have appeared in The Best American Poetry, Storyscape, Spork, HOW Young Poets, The Saint Ann’s Review, and St. Petersburg Review. He lives in Brooklyn.
On March 7, from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Boston Public Library (Commonwealth Room), St. Petersburg Review joins with the New England Poetry Club, Dzanc Books’ DISQUIET Lisbon Program, Summer Literary Seminars, SABLE LitMag, and Tagus Press to bring you authors Kadija (George) Sesay (Irki), Brian Sousa (Almost Gone), and Irina Mashinski reading from their works.
Join the St. Petersburg Review for this exceptional reading by our prize winning contributors at KGB Bar on January 27 at 7 p.m.
Kenneth Calhoun's short stories have appeared in numerous publications, such as the Paris Review, St. Petersburg Review, Fence and Tin House. His awards include the PEN/O. Henry Short Story Prize, the Italo Calvino Prize and the Summer Literary Seminars/Fence Magazine Fiction Prize.
Click here to read an excerpt from Indifference and the poem "Shoaling Things," both featured in SPR4/5.
Arkadii Dragomoshchenko was born on February, 3, 1946 in Potsdam (Germany). From 1969 he lived in St. Petersburg. He received the Andrey Bely Independent Literary Prize in 1978. His books include...