(Postponed due to weather)
Williams Center for the Arts
Plus the words of William Carlos Williams
and open readings from the floor
Emily Vogel’s poetry, reviews, essays, and translations have most recently been published in Omniverse, The North American Review, The Paterson Literary Review, Lips, City Lit Rag, Luna Luna, Maggy, Lyre Lyre, The Comstock Review, The Broome Review, Tiferet, The San Pedro River Review, 2 Bridges Review, and PEN, among several others. She is the author of five chapbooks, and a full-length collection, The Philosopher’s Wife, published in 2011 by Chester River Press, a collaborative book of poetry, West of Home, with her husband Joe Weil (Blast Press), First Words (NYQ Books), and recently, Dante’s Unintended Flight (NYQ Books). She has work forthcoming in The Boston Review and Fiolet & Wing: An Anthology of Domestic Fabulism. She teaches writing at SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College and is married to the poet, Joe Weil.
Joe Weil is a poet, storyteller, and pianist who has played at art centers, universities, and festivals throughout the United States, including the Detroit Opera House, the Long Beach poetry festival, NJPAC, the Geraldine R. Dodge poetry festival and Pittsburgh University. He is the co-founder of Monk Books, currently runs Cat-In-The-Sun Books with his wife Emily Vogel, and teaches at Binghamton University. His latest poetry collection, A Night in Duluth, was a finalist for the Lascaux poetry prize in 2017. Weil was the 2013 recipient of the People’s Poetry Award by Partisan Press and currently performs with a music/poetry group called Dark River Ensemble. He lived most of his life in Elizabeth, New Jersey, but now makes his home in Binghamton. He is always happy to return to the Garden State.
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