Due to the unprecedented circumstances regarding the CCP virus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Symposium has been moved online. The details of the event have been adjusted.

 

Sunday May 31, 2020
Session 1: 12 noon – 1:30 p.m.
Session 2: 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

Location
Click this link: https://zoom.us/j/92663079240

 

Featured Poets
A.M. Juster
Theresa Rodriguez
Randal A. Burd, Jr.
Jennifer Zeng / Damian Robin

 

Other Poets Reading
James A. Tweedie, C.B. Anderson, David Watt, Adam Sedia, David Galef, Jan Darling, Ed Ahern, Anna J. Arredondo, Sheila Mulrooney, Richard Lackman, Rob Crisell, Theresa Zappe, and Others

 

Host
Evan Mantyk

 

Sponsors
Mark F. Stone
James Sale

 

Attendance

This event is open to anyone. On May 31, simply visit this page and click the link that will appear at the top of this post. There will be a limit of 500 participants.

 

Schedule

 

(All above details are subject to change)

 

 


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8 Responses

  1. Osagie D. Esosa

    This is indeed laudable. I’ll definitely love to attend

    Reply
  2. David Galef

    Thanks for hosting this event. Evan invited me to read poetry at the symposium when it was live, and I’d be happy to read now that it’s online. Just let me know.

    Reply
  3. Shivakumar Ganachari

    Thank you so much for the invitation. I would be happy if you provide an opportunity to read my poem

    Reply

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