City Books Hosts Poetry with Chad Sweeney and Joy Katz

Come to City Books to welcome poets Chad Sweeney and Joy Katz

Chad Sweeney has published six books of poetry, including Little Million DoorsParable of Hide and Seek, and Wolf’s Milk, as well as two books of translation, most recently Pablo Neruda’s final book, The Call to Destroy Nixon. Chad is an associate professor of English/Creative Writing at California State University San Bernardino. 

Joy Katz’s poetry and essays cover whiteness, baby poetics, tennis, sentimentality, and other things. She has three poetry collections, most recently All You Do is Perceive, a National Poetry Series finalist. Her new manuscript, The Color Cure, attempts to document every minute of whiteness in her life. Joy lives in Pittsburgh and teaches poetry workshops at the Chatham University MFA Program in Creative Writing.

Poetry with Chad Sweeney & Joy Katz will take place on Saturday, February 29 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at City Books, located at 908 Galveston Avenue in Allegheny West. This event is free. Refreshments will be served.

For more information, visit the Poetry: Chad Sweeney & Joy Katz event page.