Over the past ten years, Mass Poetry has formed numerous partnerships, including with literary organizations, publishers, and media. Many of these partnerships involve Mass Poetry programming outside of our major programs. Here you will find out more information about these offerings!
Poets in Residence at the MFA
Stay tuned for information about Poets in Residence at the Galleries in the MFA this fall!
Boston Properties/Mass Poetry Partnership
Spring Showers Installation
Pilar Quintana "The Spring"
Marie Tobin "Water the World"
Amy Dryansky "Through Line"
Erica Charis-Molling "It's Still Early"
Hannah Fries "Spring Time"
Marge Piercy "The Garden of Almost"
Stay tuned for more 2018 programming!
Poets & Pints at the Boston Book Festival
Saturday, October 13, 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Stay tuned for location and readers!
Waterstone at the Circle Poetry Series
Mass Poetry is excited about this partnership with the Waterstone at the Circle, an independent living community in Chestnut Hill. Throughout 2018, seven poets will participate in readings and Q&As and lead writing-generative workshops for the Waterstone community. The series will conclude with a performance from all the poets.
Mass Poetry Unplugged at Prudential Center
All events held 5 - 7 pm at Boylston Plaza, 800 Boylston Street
Tuesday, August 8: Kelly Sheng, Sharon Amuguni, Regie Gibson
Tuesday, August 15: Rage Hezekiah, Krysten Hill, Charles Coe
Tuesday, August 22: Amanda Gorman, heather hughes, Jonathan Mendoza
Tuesday, August 29: Oliver de la Paz, Rushelle Frazier, Martha Collins
Tuesday, September 5: Anna Ross, Porsha Olayiwola, Jarita Davis
Tuesday, September 12: Aaron Smith, Amy Mevorach, Enzo Silon-Surin
Tuesday, September 26: U35 Readers Mollie Chandler, Carolyn Gibney, John McDonough
Tuesday, October 3: Maggie Dietz, Kathi Aguero, Anthony Febo
The Amherst Poetry Festival
Mass Poetry is a proud co-sponsor of the fifth Amherst Poetry Festival and Emily Dickinson Poetry Marathon, held September 14-17, 2017. The festival is a celebration of western Massachusetts’ historic and contemporary poetic legacy, held at the Emily Dickinson Museum and throughout downtown Amherst. All events at the four-day festival are free and open to the public. Click here to view the press release and schedule.
Saturday, October 28, 5:30 - 7:00 pm at XHALE (Copley Square Hotel). Featuring Rebecca Morgan Frank, Natalie Shapero and Krysten Hill.