RED JUICE named on February 2015 Reading List

RED JUICE named by Kaplan Harris on Poetry Foundation. 

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Reading Toronto Tuesday February 24: Hoa Nguyen and Dwayne Morgan

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Submit to RUSTY TOQUE’S Chapbook Contest: Hoa Nguyen as Judge

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Deadline for Rusty Toque’s Chapbook Contest is April 1st, 2015. Hoa Nguyen will select the winning manuscript. See here for further details.…

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Poems on Talisman

Four poems on Talisman.

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Cleaver Magazine Reviews RED JUICE

“Perhaps the oddest thing about these personal references is their failure to become sentimental or excessively self-centered, a product of the fact that each of Nguyen’s poems has so much going on—family, ancient history, contemporary reference, cut-up deconstruction, dangling phrases, …

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Enter Drawing for a Virtual Seat in the Spicer Workshop

If you “like” (or have already liked) the Facebook page Writing Workshops with Hoa Nguyen, you qualify for a random drawing.

Prize for self or writer friend? A virtual seat in coming workshop on Jack Spicer!

Deadline Wednesday, January …

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A Honey Gun, Anyone: Review of Red Juice on DIAGRAM

“A Honey Gun, Anyone Ugh, Ya Neon Hug arranges our worldly objects, and unlike the poetic adoration of Joseph Cornell’s soft and contagious organization, Hoa Nguyen gives our objects (Walgreens, kitchen rugs, nail polish, the Super Bowls, etc.) a bite …

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APR names Red Juice among “Vital Books from 2014″

“Although Nguyen is a learned scholar and teacher of her wide-ranging influences—which include the Black Mountain College, the Beats, the second generation New York School, and others—her voice is resolutely her own: informal, domestic and irreverent, sloppy and precise, warm …

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Review of Red Juice in Mary Journal

“Nguyen’s poems always hold an undercurrent of the ignitable—and often, it seems, they do ignite and light up the spaces the phrases carry across the page.”

—Abbigail Baldys on *Red Juice* here.

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January 22: Reading for Livewords, Toronto




January 22, 2015: Livewords presents a poetry reading with 

Dilys LemanHoa NguyenClaire Scherzinger and Aaron Tucker 

at Toronto’s Betty’s Basement (upstairs in the party room), 7:30 PM. 

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