West Chester University Reading, April 14 Wednesday, Mar 31 2010 

Julie Kane will be giving a poetry reading at West Chester University on Wednesday, April 14, at 7 PM.  The reading will take place at Poetry House, 823 S. High Street, West Chester, PA 19383.  Following the reading, she will be signing copies of Jazz Funeral, the winner of WCU’s 2009 Donald Justice Poetry Prize.  For more information, phone 610 436-3235.


AWP Events, Denver: April 8-10 Wednesday, Mar 31 2010 

Julie Kane’s reading and signing events at the 2010 AWP Conference in Denver, Colorado:

  • Thursday, April 8, 5:30-7:30 PM:  Prairie Schooner “Baby Boomer” group poetry reading, Common Grounds Coffee House, 1550 17th Street, Denver.
  • Friday, April 9, 12:30-1:30 PM:  Signing copies of Jazz Funeral at the Story Line Press/West Chester University Poetry Center table in the Book Fair.

Front Porch Journal Review Friday, Nov 6 2009 

Andi McKay reviews Jazz Funeral, by Julie Kane, in the new issue of Front Porch Journal (#12):


PIF Magazine Interview Wednesday, Oct 21 2009 

Derek Alger interviews me in the latest issue of PIF Magazine:   http://www.pifmagazine.com/SID/930/

Poetry Daily, September 12 Monday, Sep 7 2009 

Look for Julie’s poem “Particle Physics,” from Jazz Funeral, to be featured on Poetry Daily on September 12.  Here is the link:  http://poems.com/

“Young at Heart” Reading Wednesday, Aug 5 2009 

Julie will be reading from Jazz Funeral at the monthly “Young at Heart” book discussion luncheon of the First United Methodist Church in Natchitoches, Louisiana.  The reading will take place at 11 am on Wednesday, August 5, in Bostick Hall of the church, 411 Second Street.  The event is open to the public; call (318) 357-8296 for more information.

Reading at The Maple Leaf in New Orleans Aug. 2 Monday, Jul 27 2009 

On Sunday, August 2, at 3 PM, Julie Kane and Robin Kemp will be reading from their new poetry collections and signing books at The Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans.  Julie is the author of Jazz Funeral (Story Line Press, 2009), and Robin is the author of This Pagan Heaven (Pecan Grove Press, 2009).  The Maple Leaf is located at 8316 Oak Street.