Join Megan Levad as she reads from her newest poetry collection, What Have I to Say to You, Wednesday March 14th at 7pm.
Whip-smart, funny, and intimate, What Have I to Say to You is Megan Levad’s much-anticipated second full-length poetry collection. Taking as its impetus the William Carlos Williams phrase “the stain of love is upon the world,” the book wanders through the ordinary world of lovers, sisters, high-school football, and agriculture in an unflinchingly interrogative voice. Levad is an intellectual and theorist to the core.
Megan Levad is the author of What Have I to Say to You (Tavern Books, 2017), and Why We Live in the Dark Ages, the first selection in Tavern Books’ Wrolstad Contemporary Poetry Series. A recent MacDowell Fellow, her poems and essays have appeared in the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day, Tin House, Boston Review, GrantaOnline, Fence, the Everyman’s Library anthology Killer Verse, and London art and fashion magazine AnOther, among other publications.