PiP Reading 42: Sarah Ann Winn

Sarah Ann WinnPoets in Pajamas brings you Sarah Ann Winn at 7pm EST (4pm Pacific) on November 11th with a 15 minute live reading to be immediately followed by a short Q&A. Reading to be held at the PiP Facebook Page, HERE.

The event on Facebook will remind you to attend in case you’re like us and tend to forget these things so please head over and click “going” to let us know to expect you.

Sarah Ann Winn’s first book, Alma Almanac (Barrow Street, 2017), won the 2016 Barrow Street Book Prize, selected by Elaine Equi. She’s the author of five chapbooks. Her writing has appeared in Five Points, Kenyon Review Online, Massachusetts Review, Smartish Pace. She serves as Reviews Editor for Tinderbox Poetry Journal.

Sarah Ann Winn at Beltway Poetry
Sara Ann Winn’s Alma Almanac at Barrow Street
Sarah Ann Winn at The Boiler
Sarah Ann Winn at The Good Man Project

Join us at the Poets in Pajamas Facebook page at the appointed time, watch for the live video to start, and click join to watch the reading and interact with the poet. Anna Black will host.

This reading series is hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications.

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PiP Reading 41: Emily Rose Cole

Emily Rose ColePoets in Pajamas brings you Emily Rose Cole at 7pm EST (4pm Pacific) on October 28th with a 15 minute live reading to be immediately followed by a short Q&A. Reading to be held at the PiP Facebook Page, HERE.

The event on Facebook will remind you to attend in case you’re like us and tend to forget these things so please head over and click “going” to let us know to expect you.

Emily Rose Cole is the author of a chapbook, Love & a Loaded Gun, from Minerva Rising Press. Her poetry has appeared in Nimrod, The Pinch, and Southern Indiana Review, among others. She is a Ph.D. student studying poetry and disability studies at the University of Cincinnati. Reach her at emilyrosecolepoetry.com.

Emily Rose Cole on Twitter
Emily Rose Cole at Glass
Emily Rose Cole at Superstition Review
Q&A with Emily at Carve
Emily’s Love & a Loaded Gun at Minerva Rising

Join us at the Poets in Pajamas Facebook page at the appointed time, watch for the live video to start, and click join to watch the reading and interact with the poet. Anna Black will host.

This reading series is hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications.

PiP Reading 40: Gemma Cooper-Novack

Poets in Pajamas brings you Gemma Cooper-Novack at 7pm EST (4pm Pacific) on October 14th with a 15 minute live reading to be immediately followed by a short Q&A. Reading to be held at the PiP Facebook Page, HERE.

The event on Facebook will remind you to attend in case you’re like us and tend to forget these things so please head over and click “going” to let us know to expect you.

Gemma’s debut poetry collection We Might As Well Be Underwater (Unsolicited Press, 2017) was a finalist for the CNY Book Award. Her work has appeared in more than twenty journals. She is a 2016 Deming Fund grantee and was a 2016 runner-up for the James Jones First Novel Fellowship.

Gemma Cooper-Novack’s Website
Cooper-Novack’s poem, “Luxury” at Tampa Review
Cooper-Novack’s book, We Might as Well be Underwater
Cooper-Novack’s poem, “Endings” at Glass
Cooper-Novack’s poem, “Vertex” at Lambda Literary

Join us at the Poets in Pajamas Facebook page at the appointed time, watch for the live video to start, and click join to watch the reading and interact with the poet. Anna Black will host.

This reading series is hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications.

We’re Looking for Our 2019 Readers!

September 17, 2018 — Poets in Pajamas (PiP), a Sundress Publications reading series is putting together the slate of readers for 2019 and would like to invite you to apply to read. 

Poets in Pajamas is a live-feed online reading series, which prides itself on producing high-quality poetry readings for an online audience, and which is hosted by Sundress Publications. Poets read from their own work for fifteen minutes and then field questions for an additional ten or fifteen.

We are interested in hearing from ALL writers (we accept both poetry and prose readers) but we also particularly want to welcome writers who identify as being a part of marginalized communities (such as but not limited to people of color, immigrant populations, native and indigenous people, LGBTQ+, d/Deaf and Disabled, non-binary people, members of non-dominant religious groups, all women, Dreamers, formerly incarcerated, and more). We want to host you and promote your work. 

To apply send to poetsinpajamas@gmail.com (in ONE email please):

• 3 poems or up to 5 pages of prose
• a short video clip of you reading  (no more than 1 to 3 minutes (less is more)
• a bio and author photo

Submissions close December 1.

Note: We are NOT concerned with audio/video quality here, nor your appearance—don’t stress, just use your phone and show us that you have a good audio/video presence, a good sense of audience. We are NOT judging you based on your weight or what you’re wearing or whether you did your hair. We are looking for that magical combination wherein the poet or writer writes wonderful words that we want to hear AND is willing to engage with a camera and knows how to give a good reading. Really, one to three minutes, read as you would at any reading, one poem, or one paragraph, don’t overthink. Please apply!

Have you ever considered how many people either really miss getting out to readings because they don’t live near a literary city/don’t have time/can’t get to them? These are the people who will rarely be at your readings but want to see you read, want to know your work better, and want to love you. PiP would like to help you and they find one another.

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