Family & Borders (Wed. 6/18/18, 7-8:15pm). Part of @brickcitycollective7 monthly reading series at @newarklibrary. Donations collected for @raicestexas for #migrantfamiliesunidas. Readers: Cinny Laura Ysabel Y. Gonzalez paulA neves Leah Jackson. Brick City Collective (BCC) is a multicultural multimedia group of Newark-natives working for social change.
Military Park & Dodge Poetry Present Poems in the Park: Newark Poets & Open Mic (Tues. 7/17/18, 6:30-8pm). Readers: Hugo dos Santos, Leah Jackson, paulA neves, Dimitri Reyes, Keishla Rivera-Lopez.
Author Talks Reading Series: Nancy Méndez-Booth and paulA neves, Military Park, Newark (6/5/18, 12-1pm)
The Ether Acre Exhibit, Index Art Center, 233-237 Washington St, Newark, NJ 07102 (Opening Sat. 5/12/18, 7-11pm, on view through 6/8/18). Explores the parallels between photography and poetry, from direct application to the surreal. Curated by Colleen Gutwein. Artists: Richard Cammarieri, Jennifer Coard, Jasmine Mans, Tom McGlynn, Cesar Melgar, paulA neves, Joe Strasser, Emma Wilcox.
Finishing Line Press Authors at Poets' House (Thurs. 5/3/18, 6-8pm).
Brick City Collective Reading at The Newark Public Library (Thurs. 4/26/18, 6-8pm).
Split This Rock Poetry Festival,(Sat., 4/21/18 9-10:30am)
Witness and Experience: Luso/Latinx Poets Voicing Brick City Life (a Brick City Collective reading/performance): Roberto Carlos Garcia, Marina Carreira, Dimitri Reyes, Hugo Dos Santos, paulA neves, Ysabel Y. Gonzalez
Newark at the Intersections: Who is the Renaissance For? Hosted by Living Incubator Performance Space Two Gateway Center, 100 Mulberry St., Newark, NJ featuring Brick City Collective reading (12/3/17 4:00-7:30pm)
Mythology of the Mundane: Poetry of Domestic Fabulism, New Orleans Poetry Festival, Friday, April 21, 2017, 3:30-4:30 at New Orleans Healing Center, 2372 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117. Stacey Balkun, Catherine Moore, Jade Hurter, PaulA Neves, Erin Elizabeth Smith reading from Fiolet & Wing: An Anthology of Domestic Fabulist Poetry.
AWP Conference 2017: Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, I Got Love in My Tummy: Food, Poetry, and Activism
Room 102A, Washington Convention Center, Level One
Saturday, February 11, 2017
10:30 am to 11:45 am
A chef and four writers discuss food-integrated readings and writing workshops…Come hungry, leave satisfied. Participants:
Millicent Borges Accardi, Amy Sayre Baptista, PaulA Neves, Rachel M. Simon, Khyran Boyd
Misogyny is the Root of All Evil, a Multimedia Collaboration, Living Incubator Performance Space, Gateway Center, Newark (4/2/16, 5:00pm)
Dodge Poetry Festival 2016. I will be reading as part of the Brick City Voices. Other featured writers include Marina Carreira, Hugo dos Santos, Cindy Gonçalves and Mia X. Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, 591 Broad Street, Newark, NJ. Saturday, October 22, 2:00- 3:10pm.
Dodge Poetry Newark Voices with Poet-in-Residence Patricia Smith, NJ Performing Arts Center (3/18/16, 8:00pm)
What a Facade: Taboo Identities in Luso American Womanhood, Living Incubator Performance Space, Gateway Center, Newark (10/17/15, 2:00pm)
Dodge Poetry Lunchtime Poems, Military Park, Newark (8/11/15, 12:30pm)
Kale Soup for the Soul, Rutgers Newark (2015)
Dodge Poetry Festival, Brick City Voices, Newark (2014)
Metadata: Investigating Poetry as Data, Newark Arts Council and Dodge Poetry Foundation, Newark (10/17/14)
Carr Reading Series, University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana (2014)
PoetsWest Public Radio, Seattle, WA (2014)
Split this Rock Poetry Festival (2014)
The Scars of History: Luso Poetry of Witness
Millicent Borges Accardi, PaulA Neves, Nancy Vieira Couto, Amy Sayre Baptista