Jazz Funeral in “The Hudson Review” Wednesday, Jun 23 2010 

R. S. Gwynn reviews Julie Kane’s Jazz Funeral, Michael Donaghy’s Collected Poems, Everette Maddox’s I Hope It’s Not Over, and Good-by, and David Yezzi’s Swallow Anthology of Younger Poets in the Spring 2010 issue of The Hudson Review (Vol. 63, No. 1, pp. 151-160).

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Interview in “Swampland” Wednesday, Jun 23 2010 

Diann Blakely discusses poetry books about New Orleans, including Jazz Funeral and Rhythm & Booze, and conducts a mini-interview with Julie Kane.  See “Notes on the State of Poetry, Part III,” in Swampland: Cultures of the South.

http://swampland.com/articles/view/title:notes_on_the_state_of_poetry_part_three

NSU Writing Project, June 16 Wednesday, Jun 16 2010 

On Wednesday, June 16, from 1:30 to 3:30 PM, Julie will be giving a poetry reading for the teacher-participants enrolled in the Northwestern State University (NSU) Writing Project summer institute.  The reading will take place on the third floor of Kyser Hall on the NSU campus in Natchitoches, Louisiana, and will be followed by a Q&A session.

The Villanelle: Plain Vanilla or with Sprinkles Thursday, Jun 10 2010 

Thursday, June 10, from 8:15 to 9:45 AM at the West Chester Poetry Conference:  Bruce Bennett, Julie Kane, Beth Gylys, and R. S. Gwynn will be appearing on a panel devoted to the villanelle.  Short talks plus readings.  Sykes Auditorium on the West Chester University campus, Pennsylvania.