Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Kati Agócs premieres a new work, Queen of Hearts for Piano Trio, at the Chamber Music Northwest Summer Festival in Portland, OR. The piece will be performed by Claremont Trio. Read about the piece in Oregon Artswatch.
Laura Harrington‘s new novel, A Catalog of Birds, will be published by Europa Editions this month. Numerous Massachusetts readings include an event at Newtonville Books (7/11, 7 PM) and Belmont Books (7/20, 7 PM).
Michael Hoerman will debut a new chapbook, Disoriented Fascination, featuring three poems nominated for Pushcart Prizes, at two readings in Arkansas. Michael is the featured reader at the 1,485th consecutive Wednesday Night Poetry in Hot Springs at Kollective Coffee + Tea (7/12). He will appear in Fayetteville Public Library’s Second Sunday Local Author Series on 8/13.
Rachel Kadish will read from her new novel The Weight of Ink in the Dire Literary Series at the Out of the Blue Too Gallery (7/7, 7 PM). She’ll also be in conversation with Joanna Rakoff at Porter Square Books (8/2, 7 PM).
Danielle Legros Georges, Boston Poet Laureate, will celebrate the release of City of Notions: An Anthology of Contemporary Boston Poems, with a public reading in the Courtyard of the Central Branch of the Boston Public Library in Copley Square (7/27, 6 PM). Danielle will join many other contributing poets in reading their work.
John Minigan‘s short play “It’s the Jews” will be performed in the “Dealing with Diversity” Festival in Vermont.
Deb Todd Wheeler is exhibiting in Inhabiting Worlds at Concord Art (thru 8/11), Home School at Boston City Hall Galleries (7/10-8/18), Hat Tip at LABspace in Hillsdale, NY (7/15-8/12), and ReCiProCity at Gallery Kayafas (7/15-8/19).
Image: Nathalie Miebach, THE WATCHERS OF COPLEY SQUARE (2016), reed, wood, paper, weather and surveillance data, 28x25x25 in.