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March 13th
Perfume River
The author of Tabloid Dreams and Good Scent from a Strange Mountain reads from his 2016 novel. [...]
February 27th
Mister Monkey
The National Book Award finalist and esteemed novelist and cultural critic reads in the Innovative Contemporary Fiction series at Bard College, February 27, 2017. [...]
January 12th
Favored by Strange Gods: A Selection of Letters to Joanna Russ
Conjunctions managing editor Micaela Morrissette discusses her relationship with the work of science fiction author James Tiptree Jr. (aka Alice Sheldon) and reads a letter from Tiptree to fellow SF writer Joanna Russ.

On January 11, 2017, the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, celebrated Conjunctions:67, Other Aliens with a reading from the historic selection of letters from Tiptree to Russ that appeared in that issue (in which which all but one letter made their first appearance in print). [...]
January 12th
Favored by Strange Gods: A Selection of Letters to Joanna Russ
Novelist and Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow discusses his relationship with the work of science fiction author James Tiptree Jr. (aka Alice Sheldon) and reads a letter from Tiptree to fellow SF writer Joanna Russ.

On January 11, 2017, the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, celebrated Conjunctions:67, Other Aliens with a reading from the historic selection of letters from Tiptree to Russ that appeared in that issue (in which which all but one letter made their first appearance in print). [...]
January 12th
Favored by Strange Gods: A Selection of Letters to Joanna Russ
Lesbian Herstory Archives coordinator Ashley-Luisa Santangelo discusses her relationship with the work of science fiction author James Tiptree Jr. (aka Alice Sheldon) and reads a letter from Tiptree to fellow SF writer Joanna Russ.

On January 11, 2017, the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, celebrated Conjunctions:67, Other Aliens with a reading from the historic selection of letters from Tiptree to Russ that appeared in that issue (in which which all but one letter made their first appearance in print). [...]
January 12th
Favored by Strange Gods: A Selection of Letters to Joanna Russ
Conjunctions senior editor Nicole Nyhan discusses her relationship with the work of science fiction author James Tiptree Jr. (aka Alice Sheldon) and reads a letter from Tiptree to fellow SF writer Joanna Russ.

On January 11, 2017, the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, celebrated Conjunctions:67, Other Aliens with a reading from the historic selection of letters from Tiptree to Russ that appeared in that issue (in which which all but one letter made their first appearance in print). [...]
January 12th
Favored by Strange Gods: A Selection of Letters to Joanna Russ
Renowned science fiction and horror editor Ellen Datlow discusses her relationship with the work of science fiction author James Tiptree Jr. (aka Alice Sheldon) and reads a letter from Tiptree to fellow SF writer Joanna Russ.

On January 11, 2017, the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, celebrated Conjunctions:67, Other Aliens with a reading from the historic selection of letters from Tiptree to Russ that appeared in that issue (in which which all but one letter made their first appearance in print). [...]
January 3rd
Burning Down George Orwell’s House
The innovative fiction writer reads from his celebrated debut novel at Bard College, September 26, 2016. [...]
September 20th
The End of the End of the World
The author of Thomas Jefferson Dreams of Sally Hemmings reads from his fiction in Conjunctions:66, Affinity, at NYU Bookstores, June 30, 2016. [...]
September 20th
Where You Go I’ll Go
The celebrated novelist Elizabeth Gaffney reads from her story in Conjunctions:66, Affinity, at NYU Bookstores, June 30, 2016. [...]
September 20th
From Huck Out West
The canonical postmodernist Robert Coover reads from his fiction in Conjunctions:66, Affinity, at NYU Bookstores, June 30, 2016. [...]
June 21st
Best Boy
The author of The Boy Who Went Away, Now You See Him, and The Face Thief reads from his work. [...]
May 10th
From Hotels of North America
The author of The Black Veil, The Ice Storm, Garden State, and other celebrated novels reads from his work at Bard College, April 4, 2016. [...]
May 1st
Roll for Initiative
The author of Burning Down George Orwell’s House reads from his fiction in Conjunctions:66, Affinity at Penn Book Center, Philadelphia, PA, June 18, 2016. [...]
May 1st
Head Full: Prelude to a Friendship
The author of The Narrow Door reads from his fiction in Conjunctions:66, Affinity at Penn Book Center, Philadelphia, PA, June 18, 2016. [...]
April 19th
Bird
The author of Spectacle of the Body and What Begins with Bird reads from her first novel at Bard College, February 29, 2016. [...]
February 15th
Blind in Granada, or, Romance
The Conjunctions senior editor and author of Lola, California and other novels reads from her fiction in Conjunctions:65, Sleights of Hand at KGB Bar, November 12, 2015. [...]
February 15th
The History of the History of Death
The author of The Artist of the Missing; Haussmann, or the Distinction; and Luminous Airplanes reads from his story in Conjunctions:53, Not Even Past at KGB Bar, November 12, 2015. [...]
February 15th
You Are My Ducati
The author of Blonde Summer and Mature Themes and coeditor of Wonder reads from his poetry at KGB Bar, November 12, 2015. [...]
January 12th
Aftermath
The author of What the World Will Look Like When All the Water Leaves Us, The Isle of Youth, and Find Me reads from her story in Conjunctions:65, Sleights of Hand at Book Culture, December 3, 2015. [...]
January 12th
Something with Everything
The author of Sons and Other Flammable Objects and The Last Illusion reads from her story in Conjunctions:65, Sleights of Hand at Book Culture, December 3, 2015. [...]
January 5th
Invisible Box
The author of Last Days, The Wavering Knife, and Altmann’s Tongue reads his story “Invisible Box” at Bard College, November 9, 2015. [...]
January 5th
The Open Curtain
The author of Last Days, The Wavering Knife, and Altmann’s Tongue reads from his novel The Open Curtain at Bard College, November 9, 2015. [...]
January 5th
Born Stillborn
The author of Last Days, The Wavering Knife, and Altmann’s Tongue reads his story “Born Stillborn” at Bard College, November 9, 2015. [...]
November 1st
Wounded Room
The multidisciplinary artist and bookmaker reads from her story in Conjunctions:65, Sleights of Hand at Book Culture, December 3, 2015. [...]
October 26th
Walking Wounded
The National Book Award-winning author of Sourland and A Widow’s Story reads from her story in Conjunctions:65, Sleights of Hand at Bard College, October 26, 2015. [...]
August 18th
The Snow Queen
Michael Cunningham reads from his novel at a gala Spiegeltent benefit celebrating Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, July 23, 2015. [...]
August 18th
Mister Monkey
Francine Prose reads from her novel in progress at a gala Spiegeltent benefit celebrating Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, July 23, 2015. [...]
August 18th
The Forgers
Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow reads from his novel at a gala Spiegeltent benefit celebrating Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, July 23, 2015. [...]
July 14th
Green Eyes of Harar
Wil Weitzel reads from his essay in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes, with music by Jon Starr. [...]
July 14th
Transformation Day
The author of nineties: A Novel and editor of Triple Canopy reads from her story in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at Greenlight Bookstore, June 10, 2015. [...]
July 14th
And the Bow Shall Be in the Cloud
The author of The External Combustion Machine reads his poem in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at Greenlight Bookstore, June 10, 2015. [...]
June 23rd
Forgiving the Angel: Four Stories for Franz Kafka
The MacArthur Fellow and author of The Death of Che Guevara, Krazy Kat, and other books reads from his work at Bard College, April 20, 2015. [...]
June 9th
The History of the History of Death
The author of The Artist of the Missing; Haussmann, or the Distinction; and Luminous Airplanes reads from his story in Conjunctions:53, Not Even Past at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, April 18, 2015. [...]
June 9th
Alphabet on Fire
The author of As We Are Sung reads poems including her work in Conjunctions’ online magazine at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, April 18, 2015. [...]
June 9th
The Confession of Philippe Delambre
The author of Destroy All Monsters and Other Stories and Not on Fire, But Burning reads from his story in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, April 18, 2015. [...]
June 9th
And the Bow Shall Be in the Cloud
Michael Ives reads his poem in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, April 18, 2015. [...]
May 26th
Her Lady’s Mouth
The author of Tales from the Next Village, The Star Café, Five Doubts, The Complexities of Intimacy, and All Fall Down reads from her story in Conjunctions:48, Faces of Desire at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
May 26th
A Simple Question
The author of Blue Angel and Lovers at the Chameleon Club reads from her story in Conjunctions:53, Not Even Past at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
May 26th
After After Nature
The author of If in Time, Hum, Under the Sign, and The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience reads her poem in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
May 26th
Brother Who Comes Back Before the Next Very Big Winter
The author of The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore and The Fat Artist reads from his story in Conjunctions:64, Natural Causes at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
May 26th
Walking to Auschwitz
The inaugural poet laureate of Dutchess County, New York, and author of Red Actions: Selected Poems 1960–1993 reads his poem in Conjunctions:44, An Anatomy of Roads at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
May 26th
(Mis)laid
Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow and senior editor Benjamin Hale read Morrow’s story in Conjunctions:41, Two Kingdoms at a celebration of Conjunctions’ twenty-fifth anniversary at Bard College, March 26, 2015. [...]
February 17th
Some Episodes in the History of My Reading
The author of The Adventures of Mao on the Long March, Tintin in the New World, and Self-Portraits: Fictions reads from his work in Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes at NYU Bookstores, December 3, 2014. [...]
February 17th
On Translation’s Inadequacies
The translator, essayist, Literary Review editor, and author of Do You Hear What I Hear?: Religious Calling, the Priesthood, and My Father reads her bilingual essay in Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes at NYU Bookstores, December 3, 2014. [...]
February 17th
Offworlds
The author of Gossamurmur and Jaguar Harmonics reads her poem in Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes at NYU Bookstores, December 3, 2014. [...]
February 17th
From Eclipse: A Romance
The four-time Nebula Award winner, two-time Hugo Award winner, and author of Babel-17, The Einstein Intersection, and Dhalgren reads from his fiction in Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes at NYU Bookstores, December 3, 2014. [...]
January 20th
He Takes, She Takes
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of We Others, The Knife Thrower, Martin Dressler, and other books reads from his work at Bard College, November 10, 2014. [...]
January 20th
History of a Disturbance
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of We Others, The Knife Thrower, Martin Dressler, and other books reads from his work at Bard College, November 10, 2014. [...]
January 6th
Feral
The author of The Wilds reads from her story in Conjunctions:52, Betwixt the Between: Impossible Realism at Bard College, November 3, 2014. [...]
November 7th
A Broken Set of Dickens
Bradford Morrow reads from an essay originally published in Conjunctions:63, Speaking Volumes at Bard College, March 5, 2014. [...]
October 21st
FAQ
The author of Sound on Sound, Trance, Death Wish, and other books reads from his work. [...]
October 21st
Our Prom Crash
The author of Sound on Sound, Trance, Death Wish, and other books reads from his work. [...]
September 16th
Splaining Yourself
H. G. Carrillo reads from his essay in Conjunctions:62, Exile at NYU Bookstores, July 10, 2014. [...]
September 16th
Poor Belgium: The Argument
Richard Sieburth reads from his translation of Charles Baudelaire’s Belgium journals, published in Conjunctions:62, Exile, at NYU Bookstores, July 10, 2014. [...]
July 1st
Fables
The author of A Questionable Shape reads his story in Conjunctions:61, A Menagerie at Oblong Books & Music, May 20, 2014. [...]
July 1st
Venus at Her Mirror
The author of The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore and The Fat Artist reads from his story in Conjunctions:60, In Absentia at Oblong Books & Music, May 20, 2014. [...]
June 19th
Folding Cythera
Marjorie Welish reads from her poem in Conjunctions:62, Exile at NYU Bookstores, July 10, 2014. [...]
April 22nd
From The Collected Stories and unpublished new work
The acclaimed fiction writer Amy Hempel reads from her work at Bard College, March 3, 2014. [...]
April 7th
The Snow Queen
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Hours reads from his work at Bard College, April 7, 2014. [...]
February 18th
Animal Care and Control
The editor of StoryQuarterly and author of The Narrow Door, Unbuilt Projects, The Burning House, Famous Builder, and Lawnboy reads his story in Conjunctions:61, A Menagerie at Community Bookstore, January 15, 2014. [...]
February 18th
Unnatural Habitats
The author of Paper Conspiracies, L. C., Storytown, and The Colorist reads from her essay in Conjunctions:61, A Menagerie at Community Bookstore, January 15, 2014. [...]
February 18th
Some Early Exxxperiments in Behavioral Science: A Bird’s-Eye View
James Morrow reads from his story in Conjunctions:61, A Menagerie at Community Bookstore, January 15, 2014. [...]
December 17th
From The Kaleidoscopic Almanac and Seed Catalogue, with Notes
The author of Put Your Hands In reads poems including his work in Conjunctions’ online magazine at KGB Bar, October 13, 2013. [...]
December 17th
Adventures in Shangdu
The author of Translating Mo’um, Dance Dance Revolution, and Engine Empire reads poems including her work in Conjunctions’ online magazine at KGB Bar, October 13, 2013. [...]
December 17th
Loose Lion
Terese Svoboda reads from her story in Conjunctions:61, A Menagerie at KGB Bar, October 13, 2013. [...]
August 20th
Vampires in the Lemon Grove
The author of Swamplandia! and St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves reads from her work at Bard College, April 8, 2013. [...]
August 6th
Alma and Wildwood
The esteemed fiction writer Junot Díaz reads from his work at Bard College, April 1, 2013. [...]
July 23rd
Selected Letters
The celebrated postmodernist reads from selected letters by William Gaddis, first published in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at the New School, February 20, 2013. [...]
June 25th
Selected Letters
The renowned science fiction writer reads from selected letters by William Gaddis, first published in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at the New School, February 20, 2013. [...]
June 11th
Selected Letters
The novelist and cultural critic reads from selected letters by William Gaddis, first published in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at the New School, February 20, 2013. [...]
May 28th
Selected Letters
The novelist and memoirist reads from selected letters by William Gaddis, first published in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at the New School, February 20, 2013. [...]
May 14th
Selected Letters
The novelist and editor of Conjunctions reads from selected letters by William Gaddis, first published in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at the New School, February 20, 2013. [...]
April 30th
On Mystery and Noir
The world’s foremost authority on crime, mystery, and suspense fiction talks dirty deeds with Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow at Bard College, March 4, 2013. [...]
April 16th
Elfking Suite
The author of All the Whiskey in Heaven, Attack of the Difficult Poems, Girly Man, and many other books reads from work including his poems in Conjunctions:60, In Absentia at 192 Books, January 18, 2013. [...]
April 2nd
Et In Acadiana Ego
The author of Mary Reilly and Salvation: Scenes from the Life of Saint Francis reads from her story in Conjunctions’ online magazine at 192 Books, [...]
November 20th
The Call
The author of Here They Come and Signed, Mata Hari reads from her novel The Call at Bard College, October 1, 2012. [...]
November 1st
Seven Stories
The winner of the Crawford Award and the author of The Manual of Detection reads “Seven Stories,” from Conjunctions:59, Colloquy, at 192 Books, January 18, 2013. [...]
November 1st
Dogs of Cuba: The Buddha of Vedado
The Conjunctions senior editor and author of Lola, California and other novels reads from her fiction in Conjunctions:59, Colloquy at McNally Jackson, June 21, 2012. [...]
October 2nd
Vincent, Homesick for the Land of Pictures
The author of Threshold Songs, The Outernationale, and Some Values of Landscape and Weather reads poems including his work in Conjunctions:47 at McNally Jackson, June 21, 2012. [...]
September 4th
Two Poems
The author of Further Adventures of the Monkey God, GHOSTS!, and 2X2 reads poems including her work in Conjunctions:58, Riveted at McNally Jackson, June 21, 2012. [...]
August 21st
The Cursed
The author of Sound on Sound, Trance, Death Wish, and other books reads from his story in Conjunctions:58, Riveted at McNally Jackson, June 21, 2012. [...]
July 24th
Ecorché: Flayed Man
The author of Spirit Seizures, The Instinct for Bliss, and Late Bloomer reads from her fiction collection The Odditorium at Bard College, April 23, 2012. [...]
June 19th
Galápagos Regained
The two-time winner of the World Fantasy Award and author of the Godhead Trilogy and Shambling Towards Hiroshima reads from his novel in progress at Bard College, March 19, 2012. [...]
May 22nd
Remainder
The general secretary of the semifictitious International Necronautical Society and the author of C, Men in Space, and Satin Island reads from his debut novel at Bard College, February 27, 2012. [...]
May 22nd
On Dodgem Jockeys
The general secretary of the semifictitious International Necronautical Society and the author of C, Men in Space, Remainder, and Satin Island reads from his work at Bard College, February 27, 2012. [...]
May 1st
Rapid Transit
Rick Moody reads from his story in Conjunctions:57, Kin at BookCourt, December 9, 2011. [...]
March 20th
Swim for the Little One First
Noy Holland reads from her story in Conjunctions:57, Kin at BookCourt, December 9, 2011. [...]
March 6th
An Ailment That I Will Not Treat
the aurum eye morning decreases [...]
February 14th
Interrupted Elegy
Eliot Weinberger reads from his translations of Octavio Paz, including the poem first published in Conjunctions:57, Kin, at BookCourt, December 9, 2011. [...]
December 26th
Lola, California
The Conjunctions senior editor and author of Crawl Space reads from her novel at Bard College, October 31, 2011. [...]
November 22nd
On Inspiration
The National Book Award-winning author of Sourland and A Widow’s Story speaks about inspiration and obsession at Bard College, October 3, 2011. [...]
August 26th
The Minus World
Benjamin Hale reads from his story in Conjunctions:56, Terra Incognita at BookCourt, May 20, 2011. [...]
August 23rd
Altered Native
Tim Horvath reads from his story in Conjunctions:56, Terra Incognita at BookCourt, May 20, 2011. [...]
August 19th
The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine
The six-time Bram Stoker Award–winning gothic master reads from his story in Conjunctions:56, Terra Incognita at BookCourt, May 20, 2011. [...]
March 7th
Hell
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Good Scent from a Strange Mountain and Tabloid Dreams reads from his novel Hell at Bard College, March 7, 2011. [...]
January 12th
The Graveless Doll of Eric Mutis
Karen Russell reads from her story in Conjunctions:55, Urban Arias, at BookCourt, December 3, 2010. [...]
January 12th
Some Varieties of Being and Other Non Sequiturs
John Madera reads from his story in Conjunctions:55, Urban Arias, at BookCourt, December 3, 2010. [...]
January 12th
’Til There Was You
Stephen O’Connor reads from his story in Conjunctions:55, Urban Arias, at BookCourt, December 3, 2010. [...]
January 12th
The Count of Monte Cristo’s Daughter
Paul La Farge reads from his story in Conjunctions:55, Urban Arias, at BookCourt, December 3, 2010. [...]
October 4th
Ironweed
William Kennedy reads from his Pulitzer Prize–winning novel Ironweed at Bard College, October 4, 2010. [...]
September 15th
Six Poems
Conjunctions contributing editor Martine Bellen reads Rae Armantrout’s poems in Conjunctions:54, Shadow Selves at the Montauk Bookshop, August 28, 2010. [...]
September 15th
Freak Magnet
Conjunctions managing editor Micaela Morrissette reads from Julia Elliott’s story in Conjunctions:54, Shadow Selves at the Montauk Bookshop, August 28, 2010. [...]
September 15th
Self-Portrait with Circus
The author of Adventures of Mao on the Long March reads from his collection Self-Portraits: Fictions at the Montauk Bookshop, August 28, 2010. [...]
November 9th
Ourselves, Multiplied
The author of The Manual of Detection reads from his story in Conjunctions:52, Betwixt the Between at Bard College, November 9, 2009. [...]
September 9th
Leavitt’s Dream
The author of Machine DreamsMotherKind, and Lark & Termite reads from her fiction in Conjunctions:51, The Death Issue at Bard College. [...]
August 12th
From Children’s Reminiscences of the Westward Migration
Karen Russell reads from her story in Conjunctions:45, Secret Lives of Children at Bard College, December 1, 2008. [...]
July 14th
From Mother and Child
The author of Ava and The Art Lover reads from her work in Conjunctions:50, Fifty Contemporary Writers at Bard College. [...]
June 17th
Lost Boy Lost Girl
The six-time Bram Stoker Award–winning gothic master reads from his novel at Bard College, November 17, 2008. [...]
May 20th
The True History of the Kelly Gang
The two-time winner of the Booker Prize reads from his work at Bard College, November 3, 2008. [...]
April 14th
Remote
The author of The Thing About Life Is That One Day You’ll Be Dead, Enough About You: Adventures in Autobiography, and other books reads from his work at Bard College, April 23, 2007. [...]
March 14th
In a Glance
The author of Everybody Loves Somebody, The Mannikin, and Arrogance reads her essay from Conjunctions:46, Selected Subversions at Bard College, February 26, 2007. [...]
March 14th
Desire with Digressions
The author of Last Days, The Wavering Knife, and Altmann’s Tongue reads from his story in Conjunctions:48, Faces of Desire at Bard College, March 19, 2007. [...]
March 2nd
Hungerford Bridge
The Nebula- and World Fantasy Award-winning author of Generation Loss reads from her story in Conjunctions:52, Betwixt the Between at Bard College, March 2, 2009. [...]
February 12th
The Sea Came In at Midnight
The author of Our Ecstatic Days reads from his fiction at Bard College. [...]
February 12th
[“How long did The Recognitions …”]
The author of Motherless Brooklyn and Fortress of Solitude reads his tribute to William Gaddis from Conjunctions:41, Two Kingdoms. [...]
December 17th
Captain of the Sleepers
The author of In the Palm of Darkness and Dancing to Almendra reads from her work at Bard College. [...]
December 17th
Stepmother
The canonical postmodernist Robert Coover reads from his contribution to Conjunctions:40. [...]
September 11th
Birding with Lanioturdus
The author of Love and Shame and Love and The Second Coming of Mavala Shikongo reads from his contribution to Conjunctions:49, A Writers’ Aviary at Bard College. [...]
February 4th
I’ve Been Told: A Story’s Story
The legendary author of Lost in the Funhouse reads from his story in Conjunctions:44, An Anatomy of Roads at Bard College. [...]
January 21st
A Little History of Modern Music
The postmodernist master reads from his story in Conjunctions:47 at Bard College, October 2, 2006. [...]
February 6th
Brookland
The Bard Fiction Prize winner and author of The Testament of Yves Gundrun reads from her novel Brookland at Bard College. [...]
January 10th
Fanny: A Fiction
The author of A Boy’s Own Story reads from his novel at Bard College. [...]
December 13th
Lacandons
The essayist, translator, and winner of the National Book Critics Circle award reads from his poetry. [...]
November 8th
Campfire Story
The celebrated cartoonist reads from his fiction at Bard College. [...]
October 11th
Voyagers
The author of The Adventures of Mao on the Long March, Tintin in the New World, and Self-Portraits: Fictions reads from his work at Bard College. [...]
December 6th
The Sweet Hereafter
The author of Cloudsplitter, Affliction, The Darling, and other works reads from one of his most acclaimed novels at Bard College. [...]
December 6th
The Book of Illusions
The author of The New York Trilogy reads from his work at Bard College. [...]
November 1st
The Passion of Anne Frank
The author of Ava and The Art Lover reads from her work in Conjunctions:41, Two Kingdoms at Bard College. [...]
July 1st
The Hortlak
The Small Beer Press editor and award-winning author of Get In Trouble, Pretty Monsters, Magic for Beginners, and Stranger Things Happen reads from her fiction at Bard College. [...]
April 7th
The Translator
The World Fantasy Award winner and author of novels including Little, Big and Ægypt reads from his work at Bard College. [...]
December 29th
View of My Employer’s Wife
The author of The Bird Artist and The Museum Guard and guest editor of Conjunctions:41, Two Kingdoms reads from his novel The Haunting of L at Bard College. [...]
December 29th
What Is Left the Daughter
The author of The Bird Artist and The Museum Guard and guest editor of Conjunctions:41, Two Kingdoms reads from his novel at Bard College. [...]
November 7th
Tiny Smiling Daddy
The acclaimed author of Bad Behavior and Two Girls, Fat and Thin reads from the opening story in her collection Because They Wanted To. [...]
October 24th
The Dark and Lovely Portions of the Night
The author of The Impossibly reads his fiction at Bard College. [...]
October 7th
Little Red’s Tango
The six-time Bram Stoker Award–winning gothic master reads from his story in Conjunctions:39, New Wave Fabulists. [...]
September 30th
Guest Editor’s Note
The six-time Bram Stoker Award–winning gothic master reads from his introduction to Conjunctions:39, New Wave Fabulists. [...]
August 6th
From Little Casino
The author of Red the Fiend and Mulligan Stew reads his story “The Very Picture of Loneliness” from Little Casino, first published in Conjunctions:33, Crossing Over, at Bard College. [...]
August 6th
Four Soldiers
The author of Red the Fiend and Mulligan Stew reads a short story at Bard College. [...]
July 18th
His Blue Period
The author of Mary Reilly and Salvation: Scenes from the Life of Saint Francis reads from her novel at Bard College. [...]
June 24th
Africans
The author of The Children of Pithiviers and Dreaming for Freud reads from her fiction. [...]
May 1st
I Am
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Good Scent from a Strange Mountain reads from his novel Mr. Spaceman at Bard College. [...]
May 1st
I Am Whiplash Willy Jones
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Good Scent from a Strange Mountain reads from his novel Mr. Spaceman at Bard College. [...]
April 10th
I Married a Communist
The Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist reads from his work at Bard College. [...]
March 1st
The Names
The author of Ava and The Art Lover reads from her work in Conjunctions:34, American Fiction at Bard College. [...]
February 11th
Funeral Sermon for a Fly
The renowned author of Whores for Gloria reads from his novel The Royal Family at Bard College. [...]
July 13th, 1999
The Further Complexities of Intimacy
The author of The Star Café, Tales from the Next Village, and Five Doubts reads from her contribution to Conjunctions:21, The Credos Issue at Bard College. [...]
July 12th, 1999
From The Fan-Maker’s Inquisition
The author of Brightfellow, Netsuke, The Word “Desire, and other books reads an excerpt from her novel, first published in Conjunctions:32, Eye to Eye, at Bard College. [...]
June 18th, 1999
Two Stories
The author of The Star Café, Tales from the Next Village, and Five Doubts reads “Tombole” from her contribution to Conjunctions:24, Critical Mass at Bard College. [...]
June 2nd, 1999
The Old Dictionary
The renowned fiction writer and translator and winner of the Man Booker International Prize reads from her fiction at Bard College. [...]
May 21st, 1999
Absence
The author of City of Boys and Live Girls reads from her work at Bard College. [...]
February 8th, 1999
Showing an Episode
The groundbreaking flash-fiction writer, founding editor of NOON, and author of books including Excitability and Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine reads a story at Bard College. [...]
January 26th, 1999
Three Passages from The Tunnel
The postmodernist master reads “A Fugue,” a passage from The Tunnel, first published in Conjunctions:4. [...]
January 26th, 1999
Three Passages from The Tunnel
The postmodernist master reads “An Invocation to the Muse …,” a passage from The Tunnel, first published in Conjunctions:4. [...]
November 17th, 1998
Friendship
The American Book Award–winning poet and founding editor of O Books reads from her work at Bard College. [...]
November 1st, 1998
Three Stories
The groundbreaking flash-fiction writer, founding editor of NOON, and author of books including Excitability and Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine reads her stories “My Female Honor Is of a Type” (first published in Conjunctions:12) and “There Should Be Nothing Remarkable” at Bard College. [...]
October 23rd, 1998
No Lease on Life
The author of The Madame Realism Complex and What Would Lynne Tillman Do? reads from her novel at Bard College. [...]
October 18th, 1998
The Many Tenses of Desire
The author of Brightfellow, Netsuke, The Word “Desire", and other books reads from her work at Bard College. [...]
August 27th, 1998
Lunar Nights (Romanian)
The author of The Hooligan’s Return reads from his contribution to Conjunctions:26, Sticks and Stones in Romanian. [...]
August 27th, 1998
Lunar Nights (English)
The author of The Hooligan’s Return reads from his contribution to Conjunctions:26, Sticks and Stones in English. [...]
August 20th, 1998
Cities, Memory, 1 and Cities of the Dead, 2
Italo Calvino’s National Book Award–winning translator reads selections from Invisible Cities at Bard College. [...]
August 20th, 1998
Invisible Cities
The National Book Award–winning translator reads a selection from the untitled conclusion of Italo Calvino’s novel at Bard College. [...]
July 27th, 1998
The Berlin Sonnets
The inaugural poet laureate of Dutchess County, New York, and author of Red Actions: Selected Poems 1960–1993 reads sections two through six of his sonnet cycle in Conjunctions:28, Secular Psalms at Bard College. [...]
July 27th, 1998
The Berlin Sonnets
The inaugural poet laureate of Dutchess County, New York, and author of Red Actions: Selected Poems 1960–1993 reads sections seven through eleven of his sonnet cycle in Conjunctions:28, Secular Psalms at Bard College. [...]
July 13th, 1998
New Year’s Resolution
The renowned fiction writer and translator and winner of the Man Booker International Prize reads from her fiction at Bard College. [...]
July 6th, 1998
Asylum
The coeditor of the “New Gothic” portfolio in Conjunctions:14 and author of Spider, Martha Peak, Trauma, and Constance reads from his novel at Bard College. [...]
July 2nd, 1998
We Laughed at Him
The renowned author of Things Fall Apart reads a poem in English. [...]
July 2nd, 1998
Ì Okigbo
The renowned author of Things Fall Apart reads a dirge poem in Igbo about the death of poet Christopher Okigbo, who lost his life in the Biafran conflict, with an introduction in English, at Bard College. [...]
June 29th, 1998
Purple America
The author of The Black Veil, The Ice Storm, Garden State, and other celebrated novels reads from his work. [...]
May 19th, 1998
Danse du tutuguri
Maria Casares (1922–1996), star of the French stage, performs a passage by legendary poet, playwright, performer, and madman Antonin Artaud. [...]
May 19th, 1998
Texte d’overture
The legendary poet, playwright, performer, and madman Antonin Artaud performs a passage from his work. [...]
October 22nd, 1997
From Uproar in Heaven
by Fred Ho
Soprano: Cindy Zuoxin Wang. Sona: Peisheng Shen. Erhu: Youqun Fu. Pipa: Tin Yi Lin. Chromodalophone: Hafez Modirzaden. Alto Sax/Flute: Jim Norton. Tenor Sax/Flute: David Murotake. Trombone: Martin Wehner. Bass: John Shifflett. Drums/Chinese Percussion: Royal Harrington. Publisher: Transformation Art Publisher, ASCAP. An excerpt from Cindy Zuoxin Wang’s libretto was originally published in Conjunctions’ online magazine, October 15, 1997. [...]
October 22nd, 1997
Notable American Women
The author of The Age of Wire and String and The Flame Alphabet reads from his work at Bard College. [...]
October 22nd, 1997
Five Songs (with an afterword by the translator, and notes by Gage Averill)
The former mayor of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, performs “Mon frère,” first published in English in Conjunctions:27, The Archipelago. [...]
October 22nd, 1997
Five Songs (with an afterword by the translator, and notes by Gage Averill)
The former mayor of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, performs “Layamòt,” first published in English in Conjunctions:27, The Archipelago. [...]
October 21st, 1997
From The Negros Burial Ground
Opera Ebony performs the score and lyrics originally published in Conjunctions:28, Secular Psalms. Direction: Wayne Sanders. Piano: Joan Harkness. Percussion: Wilson Moorman. Vibraphone: Thurman Barker. Opera Ebony vocalists: Romulus Murrell, Angela Simpson, Danrell Williams, Linda Hardwick, Gordon Easley, Roberta Laws, Everett Suttle, Andrea Bradford, Anna Dembska. Produced at the Kitchen, May 16–19 and 23–26, 1996. Directed by Dominic Taylor. Additional funding from the Rockefeller Multiarts Production Fund and the Mary Flager Cary Charitable Trust. [...]
October 21st, 1997
From Foreign Experiences
The composer presents a vocal performance of the score and lyrics originally published in Conjunctions:28, Secular Psalms, accompanied by Sam Ashley, Thomas Buckner, Jacquline Humbert, Joan La Barbara, and Amy X. Neuburg. [...]
October 21st, 1997
From Everyday Newt Burman
The composer, author, and choreographer presents a vocal performance of his work, including passages originally published in Conjunctions:28, Secular Psalms, accompanied by Fred Tietz, James Godwin, Keathe Fine, and Julia Stiles. [...]

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Parts 3–6
June 20, 2017
Coiled in the mother’s womb in the birth sac is a small creature with a large head and flat puckered face, tight-shut eyes, tiny clenched fists, that could be mistaken for a purely human fetus, or, from another angle, a chimpanzee baby with somewhat human features.
Parts 1–2
June 13, 2017
By measured stages seduction, sexual relations, impregnation. And if impregnation, gestation.
     Birth, and beyond birth.
May 23, 2017
Under cover,
the ground seems
legless.
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The American Book Award–winning poet, journalist, and Miles Davis biographer reads from his work
Monday, September 25, 2017
2:30 pm
Campus Center, Weis Cinema