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WelcomeHello, Blue! Here is something very close to my heart: I'm hosting what is essentially a spirited protest against the present assault on science and the arts. Lots of love, thought, and generosity went into it from everyone involved – we're all donating our time and donating all proceeds to two wonderful nonprofits stewarding the environment and the arts. If you're in NYC, please come. And if you aren't but have friends who are, please do pass the link along. It's going to be a magical evening, and I hope one that does some substantive good.

April 24: The Universe in Verse

“When power corrupts, poetry cleanses,” John F. Kennedy famously wrote. Half a century later, with art, science, and the humanities under assault from the government, this intersection of science and poetry, truth and beauty, is an uncommon kind of protest and a singularly fertile frontier of resistance.

I’ve joined forces with the Academy of American Poets and astrophysicist Janna Levin to host The Universe in Verse on April 24 at Brooklyn's Pioneer Works — an evening of poetry celebrating great scientists and scientific discoveries, with all proceeds benefitting the Academy of American Poets and the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Readings by: Amanda Palmer, Rosanne Cash, Janna Levin, Elizabeth Alexander, Diane Ackerman, Tavi Gevinson, Sarah Jones, Tracy K. Smith, Jad Abumrad of Radiolab, Sam Beam of Iron and Wine, and Brandon Stanton of Humans of New York.

Poems about: Marie Curie, Isaac Newton, Caroline Herschel, Charles Darwin, Pythagoras, black holes, the Solar System, the number pi, and more.

Poems by: Adrienne Rich, Wisława Szymborska, John Updike, Charles Simic, Howard Nemerov, Elizabeth Alexander, Diane Ackerman, and more.

Doors at 6:30pm, show 7–8:30pm.

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