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Join KFB SELECTS SUBSCRIPTION SERIES any time of the year for a full year. Twelve monthly titles of the latest and best in contemporary poetry selected by knife | fork | book. KFB SELECTS Subscription Series relaunches with our MARCH 2020 Selection: ALICE NOTLEY FOR THE RIDE (Penguin Poets, 2020) KFB SELECTS APRIL 2020: JOHN ELIZABETH STINTZI JUNEBAT (Anansi Poetry, […]

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k | f | b Subscription Series February|18 Selection: KAVEH AKBAR Calling a Wolf a Wolf (Penguin UK Edition) We’ve opened up our k | f | b Subscription Series so you can now join any time of the year for a full year. Previous titles selected have been SAM SAX Madness (Penguin), CANISIA LUBRIN Voodoo Hypothesis […]

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First SLO-PO with DAVID BRADFORD (CALL OUT kfb, 2017) in our intimate, beautiful new reading room/salon space at The Dark Side Studio (created by artist/dancer AUDRA SIMMONS), reading CANISIA LUBRIN’s remarkable debut, VOODOO HYPOTHESIS (Wolsak & Wynn, 2017) with the poet among poets in house. A gift of an evening. KFB UPCOMING: OCT 20 NIGHTWOOD EDITIONS SHOWCASE  SPENCER GORDON | OWAIN NICHOLSON | DAVID […]

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wQr Poetry Reading Series @ KFB

Originally posted on What Queer Reading:
New monthly poetry reading series focuses on LGTBQ poets often under the radar. Hosted by Jeff Kirby I’ll never forget when an MFA colleague’s response to the plethora of queer poets and writers I presented asked, Why do I not know of these? or when mentioning Duane Michals as…

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“WHAT?!”* What if the work is just as closed as it looks? What if it just happens to be arranged in words? What if I feel dumb too? And it’s kinda fun? New KFB readers group, led by poet DAVID BRADFORD, tackles the ‘difficult stuff’ of poetry, slowly. “For all that work we’ve been unsure how to […]