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Jessica Hornik: The REV Reading Series

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Jessica Hornik: The REV Reading Series

  • Shea Learning Center, Carol Ann Donahue Collection 65 1st Street Troy, NY 12180 (map)

On October 25, Jessica Hornik will be doing a poetry reading and Q&A with fellow poet Wendy Chin-Tanner as part of the The Russell Sage Review (The REV) Reading Series. Hornik will be reading from her recently released poetry book, A Door on the River.

To learn more, visit the REV’s website:

Hornik lives and writes in a hamlet in upstate New York. Her poems have appeared in publications including the Atlantic, Poetry, the New Republic, National Review, the TLS, and the Yale Review. A Door on the River is her debut poetry collection.

Earlier Event: October 19
Jessica Hornik: Book Reading
Later Event: November 10
Jessica Hornik: Poetry Reading