books.

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Double Portrait.
W.W. Norton & Co.
2017.
The Night Could Go In Either Direction.
With Kim Addonizio.
SHP.
2016.
The Curiosities.
Free Verse Editions.
2012.
 

about.

Brittany Perham's most recent book, Double Portrait (W.W. Norton, 2017), was selected by Claudia Rankine for  the Barnard Women Poets Prize and was a finalist for the Northern California Book Award. She is also the author of The Curiosities (Free Verse Editions, 2012); and, with Kim Addonizio, the collaborative chapbook The Night Could Go in Either Direction (SHP, 2016). She has received the Elizabeth Matchett Stover Memorial Award given by Southwest Review and the Magliocco Prize for Poetry given by the Bellevue Literary Review, as well as awards and fellowships from the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, the James Merrill House Foundation, and the University of Kentucky Mill House Residency Program. She is a Jones Lecturer in the Creative Writing Program at Stanford University, where she was a Wallace Stegner Fellow. She lives in San Francisco.

 

Contact: bperham (at) stanford (dot) edu or Caroline Saine at csaine (at) wwnorton (dot) com.

 
 

events.

2019.

04/13. BERKELEY, CA.

            Left Margin Lit/Pen West's Celebration of Poetry.

            1543 Shattuck Ave. 3pm.

            With Randall Mann, Katie Peterson & Maw Shein Win.

11/21. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

            McEvoy Foundation for the Arts.

            1150 25th St. Building B. 7pm.

            With writers Kim Addonizio & Susan Browne, and musicians

            Steve Ehrmann, Steve Freund, Beth Kohnen & Paul Revelli.

2018.

01/11. MODESTO, CA.

            Tri-Chromatic Gallery. 1321 J Street. 7pm.

02/09. SEATTLE, WA.

            Open Books. 2414 N. 45th Street. 7pm.

            With Natalie Graham.

03/08. TAMPA, FL. AWP Conference. 

            Bay Harbor Hotel. 7700 Courtney Campbell. 5:30pm.

            With Free Verse Editions.

03/23. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Virginia Festival of the Book.

            University of Virginia Bookstore. 400 Emmet Street South. 12pm.

            With Adam Giannelli, Brendan Mathews & Brian Sneeden.

04/21. LOS ANGELES, CA. LA Times Festival of Books.

            University of Southern California. Poetry Stage. 12:30pm.

04/23. SACRAMENTO, CA.

            Sacramento Poetry Center. 1719 25th Street. 7:30pm.

            With Kathleen Winter.

04/28. OAKLAND, CA. Bay Area Book Festival.

            The Brower Center. Tamalpais Room. 5pm.

            Who's Your Muse? With Victoria Chang, Tongo Eisen-Martin

            & Maw Shein Win. Moderated by David Roderick.

05/06. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

            The Bindery. 1727 Haight Street. 4pm.

            With Alicia Mountain.

06/21. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

            Booksmith. 1644 Haight Street. 7:30pm.

            Bay Area book launch for Donna Masini's 4:30 Movie.

            With Kim Addonizio & Donna Masini.

06/22. BERKELEY, CA.

            Pegasus Books Downtown. 2349 Shattuck Ave. 7:30pm.

            With Kim Addonizio & Donna Masini.

06/24. OAKLAND, CA.

            East Bay Booksellers. 5433 College Ave. 3pm.

            With Kim Addonizio & Donna Masini.

08/23. BERKELEY, CA.

            University Press Books. 2430 Bancroft Way. 7pm.

            With Jennifer Elise Foerster.

09/22. VENICE, CA.

            Beyond Baroque. 681 N. Venice Blvd. 8pm.

            With Peter Kline.

09/27. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.

            Martuni's. 4 Valencia Street. 7pm.

            With Literary Speakeasy.

10/17. SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Poetry World Series for Litquake.

            Make-Out Room. 3225 22nd Street. 7pm.

            With Tongo Eisen-Martin, David Tomas Martinez, Sam Sax

            & Melissa Stein. Hosted by Daniel Handler.

ARTWORK BY BRITTANY PERHAM.

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