Tag: reading



NYFA Presents: PEN America Reading with Abeer Hoque, Lisa Ko, Sarah Schulman, and Joan Silber

NYFA and PEN America present a reading featuring NYFA Literary Fellows and PEN America Members. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of NYFA’s Artists’ Fellowship program, this event will bring together writers whose NYFA Fellowship helped foster their creative work. Now established in their writing careers, these Fellows are all Professional Members of PEN America,…

NYFA Presents: Three Decades of Writing Fellows with Gregory Pardlo, Deanna Fei, Shelly Oria, and Teddy Wayne

Thursday, April 28, 2016, 7:00 PM Reading at McNally Jackson Books NYFA Board member and three-time fellowship recipient Saïd Sayrafiezadeh will be hosting the fourth event in this reading series featuring NYFA writing fellows and finalists. Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gregory Pardlo (Fellow ‘05), Deanna Fei (Fellow ‘06), Shelly Oria (Finalist ‘15), and Teddy Wayne (Finalist ‘12) will be reading. NYFA Presents: Three Decades of Writing…

NYFA Presents: Three Decades of Writing Fellows with Kathryn Harrison, Phillip Lopate, Catherine Lacey, and Rajesh Parameswaran

Monday, January 25, 7:00 PM Reading at Housing Works Bookstore in New York City NYFA Board member and three-time fellowship recipient Saïd Sayrafiezadeh will be returning to host the third event in this reading series featuring NYFA writing fellows. Kathryn Harrison (Fellow ‘94), Phillip Lopate (Fellow ‘91), Catherine Lacey (Fellow ‘12), and Rajesh Parameswaran (Fellow ‘15) will…

NYFA participates in DUMBO’s First Thursday Gallery Walk

Join us for Dumbo’s monthly First Thursday Gallery Walk to view NYFA’s current exhibition On Thursday, December 3, NYFA Gallery is participating in Dumbo’s monthly First Thursday Gallery Walk to view NYFA’s current exhibition, Stacks: Three Decades of Writing Fellows with an Installation by Anne Muntges, curated by David C. Terry. Date: Thursday, December 3,…

Conversations: Susan Karwoska Interviews Bill Cheng

“Blues is a kind of art form that is without boundaries; it doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from—if you’re ready to receive it, it can change how you see.” Bill Cheng is the author of Southern Cross the Dog (Ecco Press, 2013).  His fiction has appeared and been collected in Guernica, The Book…