NYU Alumni Reading
Matthew Cariello’s debut poetry collection is “A Boat That Can Carry Two” (Bordighera Press, 2011).
Poet Fran Castan’s second book, “Venice: City That Paints Itself" (Canio’s Editions, 2010) features her poems alongside paintings by her husband Lewis Zacks.
Sheela Chari's novel for children, “Vanished,” debuted in 2011 (Hyperion Books).
Joanne Diaz’s first book of poems, “The Lessons,” was published by Silverfish Review Press in 2011.
Rashad Harrison’s debut novel, “Our Man in the Dark,” was released by Atria/Simon &Schuster in 2011.
“Neighborhood Register” (CavanKerry Press, 2011) is poet Marcus Jackson’s first collection.
Austin LaGrone’s first book of poems, “Oyster Perpetual,” appeared from Lost Horse Press is 2011.
Poet Laren McClung is the author of “Between Here and Monkey Mountain” (Sheep Meadow Press, 2012)
Jillian Medoff is the author of three novels, most recently “I Couldn’t Love You More” (Grand Central/5 Spot, 2012).
Ann Napolitano is the author of two novels including her new title, “A Good Hard Look” (Penguin Press, 2011).
Stephanie Stiles’s debut novel is “Take It Like a Mom” (New American Library, 2011).
Michael Vizsolyi’s first book, “A Lamp with Wings” (Harper Perennial, 2011) was a winner of the 2010 National Poetry Series Prize.
Barry Wallenstein is the author of seven poetry collections, most recently, “Drastic Dislocations: New and Selected Poems” (New York Quarterly Books, 2012).