Naiche Lizzette Parker Poetry Reading

Wednesday April 17: 7:30PM 8:30PM


Buy a copy of Rabbit Holes or More Than Anything, or a $5 gift card, in-store to attend. The event will take place in the Rare Book Room, on the 3rd floor of the Strand, accessible next door at 826 Broadway.

Doors open 30 minutes before the start of the event.

Rabbit Holes is a collection of poetry and prose about falling - up, down, in love and out of it, to the next world or another dimension, into a dream or a nightmare, a pit of darkness or a well of light, into a political hailstorm, adulthood, and defining new times. It is the notion that everything must break before blossoming, must lose its way in order to find or be found. It reimagines the “lost girl” as a woman who drew a map and succumbed to the hands of growth.

More Than Anything is about the first kiss. This is about the last kiss. This is about the text you’re still waiting for. This is about the one that will never come. This is about the first name you think of when I say “more than anything.” This is about love and all that it does to us, turning even the sanest into wolves thirsting for affection, ghosts haunting the hearts of others, and monsters longing for the ones who will see past their claws. In this raw collection of poetry and prose, Naiche Lizzette Parker takes the reader on a journey of longing, aching, and wanting, brutally honest about the ways in which she has chosen to love and be loved.

Join us as Naiche reads her poetry live! 

Naiche Lizzette Parker is a storyteller, lover of magic, and author of three poetry and prose collections from New York City. She was born with an abundance of words inside of her, and she’s hoping to get them down on paper before her time is through.