PiP 96 Featuring José Angel Araguz

Poets in Pajamas brings you José Angel Araguz at 7 p.m. EST (4 p.m. PST) on September 13 with a 15-minute live reading immediately followed by a short Q&A. The event will be held at the PiP Facebook page.

By clicking “going” to the Facebook event, you will let us know to expect you and will ensure that you are sent a reminder, so you don’t forget. Remember to prepare your questions for the featured poet, too!

José Angel Araguz is a CantoMundo fellow and the author of seven chapbooks and the collections including Everything We Think We Hear, Small Fires, Until We Are Level Again, and, most recently, An Empty Pot’s Darkness. His poems, creative nonfiction, and reviews have appeared in Crab Creek Review, Prairie Schooner, New South, Poetry International, and The Bind. Born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, he runs the poetry blog The Friday Influence and composes erasure poems on the Instagram account @poetryamano. A faculty member in Pine Manor College’s Solstice Low-Residency MFA program, he also reads for the journal Right Hand Pointing. With an MFA from New York University and a PhD from the University of Cincinnati, José is an Assistant Professor of English at Suffolk University in Boston where he also serves as Editor-in-Chief of Salamander Magazine. You can find him on Twitter at @josearaguz, on Instagram @poetryamano, and at thefridayinfluence.wordpress.com.

“Fruit King,” Rhino
“Zero Flirts with Nada,” Duende
“Element,” Zócalo Public Square

Join us at the Poets in Pajamas Facebook page at 7 p.m. EST (4 p.m. PST) on September 13, 2020. When the live video starts, click join to watch the reading and interact with the poet.

Sarah Clark will host.

This reading series is hosted courtesy of Sundress Publications.

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