This Saturday, September 17th – Jeremy Sigler in a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Book Festival with poets Eileen Myles and Ashleigh Young

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Here’s an announcement we received earlier today from VCS faculty member Jeremy Sigler, about a panel discussion at the Brooklyn Book Festival that he’ll be participating in this Saturday:

Dear Friends,

I will be taking part in the Brooklyn Book Festival this year, in a panel discussion with fellow poets Eileen Myles and Ashleigh Young. The talk, moderated by David Kaufman, will take place at 12PM, this Sunday, September 17, on the Main Stage at Borough Hall Plaza.

Read more about the event here. I hope you can make it!

Below are links to a few interviews and reviews of “My Vibe” (Spoonbill Books, 2017) that have appeared in recent months.

mvBOMB – interview with Samuel Jablon

Clocktower Radio – interview with David Colosi

The Paris Review – Staff Pick by Nicole Rudick

TABLET – review by Julian Kreimer

“My Vibe” will be available at the event through Greenlight Books.

Here’s more about the panel from the festival’s website:

September 17, 2017
12:00 pm

Eyes Wide Open

Main Stage on Borough Hall Plaza

Three poets and adventurous trailblazers of the personal Eileen Myles (Afterglow), Jeremy Sigler (My Vibe), and Ashleigh Young (Can You Tolerate This?) discuss their most recent books – a memoir celebrating the life of a dog; city life as experienced through an enhanced personal lens, and poignant, raw, and funny personal essays about growing up in small town New Zealand. Moderated by David Kaufman, George Mason University.

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