Iain Haley Pollock


September 22, 2018
Ghost, Like a Place Book Launch
Penn Book Center 
(34th & Sansom)
Philadelphia, PA
4:00 p.m.
with Dilruba Ahmed

September 29, 2018
Ghost, Like a Place NYC Launch
Langston Hughes House

(127th St., btw 5th & Madison)
Harlem, NY
7:00 p.m.
with Andrés Cepra & Rachel Eliza Griffiths

October 18, 2018
Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop
141 Front Street
D.U.M.B.O. Brooklyn, NY
7:00 p.m.
with Jennifer Franklin & Mervyn Taylor

October 20, 2018
Ghost, Like a Place Westchester, NY Launch
Hudson Valley Writers Center

Sleepy Hollow, NY
7:00 p.m.

with Ellen Hagan & Chris Kennedy

October 21, 2018
Solstice Literary Magazine Tenth Annual Fundraiser
Whittemore Robbins House

Arlington Center, MA
5:00 p.m.

with Baron Wormser, et al.

October 25, 2018
Papercuts J.P.
5 Green Street
Boston, MA
7:00 p.m.

October 31, 2018
University of New Haven

West Haven, CT
1:30 p.m.

with Marcus Jackson

November 17, 2018
Manhattanville College
Barat House
Purchase, NY
Time TBD

February 3, 2019
Plymouth Public Library
Otto Fehlow Room
132 South Street
Plymouth, MA

1:30 p.m.
with Lisa Sullivan

March 2019
Breaking Boundaries: Solstice Literary Magazine Tenth Anniversary Reading

AWP Conference
Portland, OR
Time & Date TBD

Lee Hope, Ewa Chrusciel, Jose Skinner,
and Marjan Kamali

April 2, 2019
Solstice M.F.A. @ Langston's House
Langston Hughes House
(127th St., btw 5th & Madison)
Harlem, NY
7:00 p.m.

April 18, 2019
Friends Select School
Philadelphia, PA
All Day Visit

May 13, 2019
(E. 4th St., btw Bowery & 2nd)
Time TBD
with Keetje Kuipers

July 2019
Pine Manor College
Solstice M.F.A. Program Faculty Reading

Founders Room, Ferry Administration Building Building
Chestnut Hill, MA
7:30 p.m.













For booking, please email:

iain dot pollock at gmail dot com

"If the spirit is generous, and the balance between living and letters match, a fine book of poems sings the author and the reader free."

—Cornelius Eady

"Beyond the bracing intelligence in these poems, beyond the surges of joy and trouble, beyond the poet’s awe in this split second, he plunges with imagination into the timeless work of loving witness, resonant with high style and the blues."

—Brooks Haxton

"We all hear a personal music, and it’s up to us to create the moves to go with it. Pollock listens well, and his dance is all strut and stomp, wild and wooly, and filled with the stories he’s seen, heard, and lived. Focusing on themes of racial identity, romance, the everyday things in life, and ever-looming mortality, these poems are built on jazz, troubles, pain, gunfire in the night, blues. . ."

—Louis McKee, Library Journal

Iain Haley Pollock © 2018