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Singing in Unison: An Evening of Poetry

Featuring Sarah Anne Wallen, Ama Birch, Kyle Carrero Lopez, Tyhe Cooper


4 p.m. Eastern / 1 p.m. Pacific

Please join us for a poetry reading to honor the closing of Singing in Unison at Below Grand.

In this talk

Please join us for a poetry reading to honor the closing of Singing in Unison at Below Grand.

Below Grand
53 Orchard Street
New York, NY

Sarah Anne Wallen

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A writer from Brooklyn, NY. She is the author of the full-length poetry books Don’t Drink Poison (United Artists, 2015) and The Craft (Everybody Press, 2021). She publishes other poets as Third Floor Apartment Press and co-edits Poems By Sunday. Her work has most recently appeared in the Brooklyn Rail and Hurricane Review, among others.

Ama Birch

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Calvin Lee
Poet Ama Birch has been published by Grove Atlantic, Great Weather for Media, Autonomedia, A Gathering of the Tribes, Vail/Vale, Vitrine, Insert Blanc Press, Live Mag!, Fellswoop, Apricity, Belladonna*, and The Brooklyn Rail. She did a residency at the Atlantic Center of the Arts.

Kyle Carrero Lopez

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Courtesy of Kyle Carrero Lopez
Poet and author of the upcoming chapbook MUSCLE MEMORY (winner of the 2020 [PANK] Books Contest), Kyle Carrero Lopez was born to Cuban parents in northern New Jersey. He co-founded LEGACY, a Brooklyn-based production collective by and for Black queer artists. Kyle’s recent poems are published in TriQuarterly, The Atlantic, Poetry, The Nation, and elsewhere.

Tyhe Cooper

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Photo by Kayhl Cooper
Tyhe Cooper is a writer working in experimental prose, poetry, and digitality. They are the Production Editor and a poetry events curator at the Brooklyn Rail.

Phong H. Bui

Photo of Phong Bui taken by Nicola Delorme
Photo by Nicola Delorme
Artist, writer, and independent curator Phong H. Bui is Publisher and Artistic Director of the Brooklyn Rail, the River Rail, Rail Editions, and Rail Curatorial Projects. Among many other awards, Bui received The Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Prize for Arts Writers in 2017, was the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate from University of the Arts in 2020, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts in 2021.

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