Artists Space

Segue Reading Series: Dubravka Djuric & Fanny Howe

Saturday, March 23
5pm

11 Cortlandt Alley & Online
Broadcasting here

This reading is presented as part of the Segue Reading Series.

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[White text overlays a painting of a cityscape at night, which is predominantly black. The text reads: “Mar 23 / Dubravka Djuric / Fanny Howe" Smaller text in the bottom left corner reads: “5pm / 11 Cortlandt Alley + Zoom / Zoom ID: 893 9594 7519 / $5 (all proceeds go to readers)]

Dubravka Djuric is a professor at the Faculty for Media and Communication, Belgrade. She has published many studies of poetry and art. Her poetry has been translated into English, Polish, Italian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovenian, Albanian and Hungarian. She lives in Belgrade. She will be reading from her new book, The Politics of Hope (After the War) with translator Biljana Obradović and introduced by Charles Bernstein.


Fanny Howe is a poet, novelist, and short story writer. Howe has written many books of poetry One Crossed Out, Gone, and Second Childhood, the novels Nod, The Deep North, and Indivisible, and collected essays The Wedding Dress: Meditations on Word and Life and The Winter Sun: Notes on a Vocation.

Artists Space Venue is generously supported by Lonti Ebers, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Allan Schwartzman, David Zwirner, and an anonymous contributor.