Adam Wiedewitsch is poetry editor and columnist at The Prague Revue, a founding editor of Tongue: A Journal of Writing & Art, and co-founder of the international association of artists and writers, the Pirogue Collective. His poems have appeared in Azul, Carapace, New Contrast, and most recently in Salamander and Paris Lit Up. He has received fellowships from DAAD, the Eva Tas Foundation, The Millay Colony, and The Ledig House International Writers Residency. He teaches middle school in the south Bronx.
On Wednesday, August 26th at 7pm the South Jersey Poets Collective welcomes Adam Wiedewitsch as featured reader to World Above Free Poetry Night at Stockton University’s Dante Hall (14 N. Mississippi Ave., Atlantic City, NJ).
The evening starts with the usual Open Mic, where participants read one poem that is less than two minutes long. The break will occur just before 8pm, and participants will return to a free take-home writing prompt, introduced by the host or the prompt’s author. Then, featured poet Adam Wiedewitsch will read.
Questions about this series or to apply to be a featured poet, please contact Emari DiGiorgio:firstname.lastname@example.org.