Join us to celebrate UConn’s literary magazine Long River Review 2016’s release on Thursday, April 28, 6pm at the UConn Co-op in Storrs Center. Enjoy free food, listen to published writers read their work, and mingle with LRR staff.
For the first time, the Poetic Journeys release party will be held in conjunction with The Long River Review release party. Contributing authors will read from their work, and the latest poster series will be unveiled. Food and beverages will be available as well.
This year’s poster series features poems by Amanda McCarthy, Anna Ziering, Joan Seliger Sidney, Danilo Machado, Micah Goodrich, and Miller Oberman. Designers include Josh Gluck, Brigid Reale, Samantha Weiss, Erika Greenblatt, Sydney Roper, Kellie Pcolar, Steve Fugazy, Hunter Kelley, Olivia Narciso, Nikki McDonald, Carlos Dominguez, Raeanne Nuzzo, and Sarah Williams.
This event is free and open to the public. Many thanks to our sponsors—the Creative Writing Program, UConn Transportation, the Aetna Chair of Writing, and the UConn Co-op.
About Poetic Journeys
Poetic Journeys was developed by the Creative Writing Program at the University of Connecticut and inspired by the New York MTA’s Poetry in Motion series, itself inspired by London’s Poems on the Underground. Poetic Journeys features poems written by UConn students, faculty, and staff on placards designed by students in the University’s Design Center.
Poetic Journeys began in the Fall of 2000, and subsequent series have been published annually. Poetic Journeys grants writers and designers a unique collaborative experience. It offers the campus community and visitors a poetic respite from their busy days, and an opportunity, each time they board a bus, to embark on a different kind of journey.