ETERNiDAY: Meanwhile, Back in Queens…

ETERNiDAY: QUEENS POET LORE FESTIVAL OF THE LANGUAGE ARTS at the Queens Museum is a day-long, multi-lingual festival showcasing a diverse selection of poets, artists, musicians, performers, educators, and publishers from the borough and beyond. Curated by the current POET LAUREATE OF QUEENS, PAOLO JAVIER, this festival, named after a term coined by Flushing’s own Joseph Cornell, will feature readings, book and printmaking workshops, panel discussions, musical performances, live film narrations and screenings, writing workshops, a publishers’ alley, and a closing reception recognizing this year’s festival honorees.

Born & raised Queens writer/poet/curator AUDREY DIMOLA is hosting the “MEANWHILE, BACK IN QUEENS…” local stage: a marathon showcase of local lit split into two parts, spotlighting various Queens reading series, literary organizations, and writers/poets currently active across the borough.

12:30-2:05pm BLOCK
Boundless Tales Reading Series
KC Trommer
Enigma Bookstore/Queens Writers Series
Norman Stock
Oh, Bernice! Reading Series
Gabrielle David
REZ Reading Series/Richmond Hill Library Series
Franklin Bruno
Reformed Talent
Nature of the Muse

2:30-4:10pm BLOCK
Heightening Stories
Thomas Fink
First Tuesdays: A Neighborhood Reading Series
Maria Terrone
Canvas of Words
Catherine Fletcher
Poetry Teachers NYC
Emily Ruth Hazel
Five Boro Story Project

for more info on ETERNiDAY & the MANY other happenings going on, visit

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