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Thu, 06 Oct



Lime Square Poets Featuring: Casey Jarrin

Join us on Zoom for a poetry reading by Casey Jarrin followed by Open Mic!

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Lime Square Poets Featuring: Casey Jarrin
Lime Square Poets Featuring: Casey Jarrin

Time & Location

06 Oct 2022, 19:45 – 21:15 IST



About the event

Join us on Zoom for a poetry reading by Casey Jarrin followed by Open Mic!

7:45pm - Sign up for Open Mic on Zoom chat

8:00pm - Casey Jarrin reading

8:15pm - Open Mic begins

9:10pm - Announcements and Farewells

Casey Jarrin is a writer, artist, educator, survivor, and outrageous dreamer whose poems

excavate bodies-genealogies-prehistories alive in us, finding possibility in garbage and seaweed,

sexiness in deep-sea fish and string theory. Her poems and essays have been published in Irish

and US journals (Banshee, Washington Square Review, Belfield Literary Review, Banyan

Review, KGB Literary Magazine, Éire/Ireland, Bright Lights Film, Periscope) and her prose

"Sex, Death, and Renting" will appear in a forthcoming feminist anthology from Spout Press.

She received second prize in the 2022 Goldsmith Poetry Prize and third prize in both the 2021

York Poetry Prize and Fingal Poetry Prize. Her poetry journey began performing at NYC's

Nuyorican Poets Cafe, exploring poetry as speaking out-and-towards-others and poems as

empathy machines. Her writing cannibalizes experiences as a once-upon-a-time New Yorker,

adoptive Dubliner and Berliner, and Jewish-Catholic mutt navigating the horrors and pleasures

of living inside a female body in 2022. After surviving her Ph.D, she taught literature, film, and

queer aesthetics at Duke and Macalester College, before launching Live Mind Learning. She is

completing her debut poetry collection, The Naked Dinner. | Instagram: @drj_liveeye

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