The 7th Annual New york city Poetry festival

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Register for a chance to win an NYCPOFEST tote bag filled with signed copies of books by this year’s featured readers, Aja Monet, Sapphire, Deborah Landau, and Patrick Phillips!
The New York City Poetry Festival, the largest gathering of its kind, returns to Governors Island this summer — and with exciting news. After six years wrapped in the breezy embrace of Colonel’s Row, The New York City Poetry Festival is migrating east across the island to picturesque Nolan Park. The move is designed to give our growing festival a little breathing room and some new possibilities. Nolan Park is more than twice the size of Colonel’s Row, ringed with a collection of beautiful Victorian houses, and tucked beneath the wide, green canopies of dozens of century old trees. This summer we will transform our festival into a poetry village! In addition to our three main stages, along with the The Ring of Daisies Open Mic and The Children’s Poetry Festival, Governor’s Island has invited us to occupy and program the trellised porches that circle the park. With all this new space to explore, we are working harder than ever to bring more poetry and poetry lovers to the island. With that in mind, we are redoubling our outreach in order to make this the biggest and most culturally significant festival we have ever produced. We would love for you to take part: host a reading, set up a table or a booth, create an art installation, sponsor the event, volunteer for the festival, or get involved in some

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