Beach Erosion

The African American Cultural Society hosts Carmello Morales, a stormwater engineer for the City of Palm Coast, for a discussion on the 426 miles of Florida’s shoreline that are critically eroded and threatened upland development. Parking is free onsite. Registration is required. This program accompanies Water/Ways Smithsonian exhibit on display at the African American Cultural Center and Museum of Florida. Water/Ways is part of Museum on Main Street, a collaboration

What’s Mine of Wilderness? A Reading and Conversation

Together with guest editor Chad B. Anderson, Burrow Press is hosting a virtual reading and conversation with contributors to the Burrow Press Review’s special issue, “What’s Mine of Wilderness?” Featuring Gardiner Brown, Ariana Francesca, Kyo Padgett, Wilson Peden, Shannon Pulusan & Jane Satterfield, the writers will read poetry and prose from this special issue, discuss aspects of the themes explored in each piece, and engage in audience Q&A. “What’s Mine

Fixed Stars Book Launch

Join Burrow Press for the launch of Marisa Siegel’s poetry collection, Fixed Stars. In this collection, Siegel investigates the in-between: windows, porches, drawers, bedrooms, and basements are portals to examine how language shapes and is shaped, and to what ends. Siegel’s poems take readers on a lush voyage through trauma and toward the reestablishment of hope. Celebrate the release of Fixed Stars with readings by an all-star lineup of poets

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