My Emily Dickinson

A conversation with Susan Howe, Barbara Epler, Antoine Cazé and Isabella Checcaglini

My Emily Dickinson is a critical, scholarly, poetic, subversive, mordant, brilliant book written by the poet Susan Howe. It is by far the best work about our greatest poet I have ever read, and I have read many.”  —Siri Hustvedt

“Howe’s brilliant, idiosyncratic essay is—like much of her work—a combination of fierce rigor and deep generosity. Howe unlocks.” —Ben Lerner

On August 2, 2017, join poet and essayist Susan Howe, professor and translator Antoine Cazé, and publishers Barbara Epler and Isabella Checcaglini as they discuss Howe’s My Emily Dickinson on the occasion of its publication in French with Ypsilon publisher.

In English. Free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary.











When: Wed., August 2, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Where: Albertine
972 Fifth Ave.
212-650–0070
Price: Free
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A conversation with Susan Howe, Barbara Epler, Antoine Cazé and Isabella Checcaglini

My Emily Dickinson is a critical, scholarly, poetic, subversive, mordant, brilliant book written by the poet Susan Howe. It is by far the best work about our greatest poet I have ever read, and I have read many.”  —Siri Hustvedt

“Howe’s brilliant, idiosyncratic essay is—like much of her work—a combination of fierce rigor and deep generosity. Howe unlocks.” —Ben Lerner

On August 2, 2017, join poet and essayist Susan Howe, professor and translator Antoine Cazé, and publishers Barbara Epler and Isabella Checcaglini as they discuss Howe’s My Emily Dickinson on the occasion of its publication in French with Ypsilon publisher.

In English. Free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary.