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Sunday, May 1, Poetrio reading

May Poetrio Flyer

May 1, 2011, Poetrio, 3 p.m.

I am scheduled to read poems with poets Diana Pinckney and Barbara Gravelle as part of Poetrio at Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café May 1, 2011 at 3 p.m.

I plan to read poems from the anthology Rooftop Poets (2010) as well as selected published and unpublished material.

Also, I take requests. If you’ve seen something I’ve posted recently as part of the 30 poems in 30 days challenge that you would like me to read for Poetrio, please email me, DM me on Twitter (@mxmulder) or leave a comment and I’ll make sure to read your requests. Hope to see you on Sunday!


An Architect Squeezes 24 Rooms Into 344 Square Feet. Sally Schneider considers the feat:

Using sliding panels and walls and consummately clever thinking, architect Gary Chang revamped his tiny 344-square-foot Hong Kong apartment to be able to change it into 24 different designs. It totally challenges preconceived notions of what a space can be, which is Chang’s mission.

Read and see more on The Atlantic’s Life channel.