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The 14th Annual Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading

Mar 09 | Tue |

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Three Rooms Press Presents The 14th Annual Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading Tuesday, March 9, 7 pm EST

Livestream virtual event featuring Mike Daisey | Kim Addonizio | Jennifer Blowdryer and more plus Special Video presentation by MIKE WATT

Back for a 14th year (to the delight of devoted fans), Three Rooms Press will host its annual Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading on Tuesday, March 9, 2019 at 7 pm in the first-ever virtual edition of this tribute. The event features readings of Bukowski’s work by renowned authors and poets and brings to light the enduring relevance of this cult icon.

Held annually since 2008, the Charles Bukowski Memorial Reading will feature livestreamed performances of Bukowski poems by longtime fans of his work including famed monologist Mike Daisey (The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs), musician/performance artist Jennifer Blowdryer, poets Kim Addonizio, S.A. Griffin, Puma Perl, and George Wallace, and playwrights Richard Vetere and Michael Puzzo. In addition, an original video by legendary punk bassist Mike Watt will be premiered during the event. Three Rooms Press co-directors Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges will host. 

The event will be livestreamed to YouTube via and Facebook via For more information, please contact Peter Carlaftes at or call 212-731-0574.

About Three Rooms Press In the heart of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village is an incredible literary powerhouse known as Three Rooms Press. An internationally-acclaimed independent publishing company that specializes in the unorthodox, Three Rooms Press publishes work inspired by dada, punk, and passion. Co-directors Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges, acclaimed authors and poets in their own right, have been based in NYC for 15 years and keep the bohemian spirit of the Village alive with frequent events featuring poetry readings, book launches, performance art, and dada, in addition to their popular annual Bukowski reading. Visit for complete catalog.

Venue: Online

Online, Livestreamed to Facebook and YouTube Map