Recent Readings
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Malaprop's Presents:  Poetrio with Sarah Cooper, Barbara Costas-Biggs and AE Hines

November 6, 2022

YouTube Live-streamed recording courtesy of Malaprop's Bookstore and Cafe.

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AE Hines (12/06/2021).  Poet AE Hines's debut collection Any Dumb Animal (Main Street Rag) was released in November 2021. AE joins Shalegh Shapiro on WBTV-LP in Burlington, Vermont for a reading and an in-depth discussion of poetry and his new book.   

Write the Book radio show airs weekly on WBTV-LP in Burlington, Vermont. Shelagh Shapiro offers in-depth interviews with authors, poets, illustrators, agents, and editors about writing, publishing, finding inspiration, developing one’s craft, and finding community.

Write The Book: Conversations on Craft
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Podcast

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AE reads "Bohemian Rhapsody, 1991" and the Missouri Review's managing editor Marc McKee  and contest editor Bailey Boyd discuss the poem and why it was selected as a finalist for the 2021 Miller Audio Prize in Poetry.   

October 20, 2021

Audio courtesy of The Missouri Review.

Well-RED Reading Series from Poetry Center San Jose & Works/San José

Featuring AE Hines & Kelly Cressio-Moeller

July 13, 2021 

Live-streamed recording courtesy of Works/San José art and performance center

Crab Creek Review 2021 Spring Release Party 

May 6, 2021

Video courtesy of Julia Hands

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Vermont poet and author Erika Nichols-Frazer, who has edited a new collection on themes of mental health, A Tether to This World: Stories and Poems About Recovery (Main Street Rag). We are joined later in the hour by the poet AE Hines, a contributor to the collection. 

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Write The Book: Conversations on Craft
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Podcast

Erika Nichols-Frazer with AE Hines (5/17/21).  Write the Book radio show airs weekly on WBTV-LP in Burlington, Vermont. Shelagh Shapiro offers in-depth, hour-long interviews with authors, poets, illustrators, agents, and editors about writing, publishing, finding inspiration, developing one’s craft, and finding community.

2020 Red Wheelbarrow Prize

Reading at Well-Red, San Jose Poetry Center & Red Wheelbarrow Magazine's 2020 Virtual Launch Party, December 8, 2020

Video courtesy of RS Pesich