tribe_events: POSTPONED: Aaron Shurin & Gillian Conoley at The Booksmith! 4/16
Please join us for a night of readings by two Nightboat authors at Booksmith! Beloved Bay Area poets Aaron Shurin (The Blue Absolute) and Gillian Conoley (A Little More Red Sun on the Human: New and Selected Poems) join forces on April 16th. Find more info here!
Post: Brian Teare wins the Four Quartets Prize!
Congratulations to Brian Teare! Selected by Cyrus Cassells, Forrest Gander, and Maureen McLane, the poem ‘Toxics Release Inventory (Essay on Man)’ from Doomstead Days is the winner of the Four Quartets Prize! The prize is $21,000. The Judges’ Citation: “With his walking-activated line and stanza breaks and his mix of personal experience, documentary materials, and political implication, […]
Post: Doomstead Days is a Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award Finalist!
Congratulations to Brian Teare! Doomstead Days is a finalist for the 2020 Kingsley Tufts Award in Poetry! Read the full list of finalists here.
Post: Doomstead Days by Brian Teare a Finalist for the NBCC Award!
Congratulations are in order for Brian Teare! It was recently announced by the National Books Critics Circle that Doomstead Days is a finalist for the 2019 Award in Poetry! Read the full list here!
tribe_events: Brian Teare reading November 23rd for National Book Award-Winning Readings!
Join us & celebrate Brian Teare for the National Book Award’s Award-Winning Readings! It was previously announced that Doomstead Days was longlisted for the award. More details: Saturday, November 23 @ 12:00 – 1:20 p.m. Room 6100 (Bldg. 6, 1st Floor) with Ariana Reines, Ilya Kaminsky, Camonghne Felix, Toi Derricotte, Jericho Brown, and Dan Beachy-Quick. Moderated by […]
Post: Doomstead Days Longlisted for the National Book Awards!
Congratulations to Brian Teare! Earlier this week, The New Yorker announced that Doomstead Days is included in the longlist for the 2019 National Book Awards! Read the full list here!
Post: “Doomstead Days”: An Interview with Brian Teare
Brian Teare’s new collection Doomstead Days figures itself an oblong baritone shape, a cargo ship of poems and various other fuels barrelling towards us. Opening with the clamor of a container ship’s collision into the San Francisco Bay Bridge and the subsequent fallout, the book is as much witness and chronicle as […]