Free and open to the public
Inprint is proud to serve as a host for the First Friday Poetry Reading Series. The First Friday Series is the oldest poetry series in Houston and has been held monthly on the first Friday of each month since 1975. The series is coordinated and curated by Robert Clark. Each reading begins with a featured poet, followed by an open mic. On November 2, 2018, First Friday presents Andrė De Korvin
Born in Berlin to Russian parents, Andrė De Korvin was raised in Paris, France, received a PhD in mathematics at UCLA, taught at UH–Downtown for many years, served as a researcher in fuzzy logic, is the author of 153 mathematical research works with 884 citations and 646 reads, and is also a poet. His first book of poems, The Four Hard Edges of War (1992), was also published in a bilingual edition (English and Italian) in 1999, and later set to music. His second book of poetry, Dreaming Indigo Time (2005), was followed by The Day the Clocks Spoke Russian (2016). He has two more books of poetry nearing completion. He was chosen to be the Houston Poetry Fest’s Featured Poet in 1989 and Guest Poet in 1998. His poems have been published in The Bayou Review,Buffalo Press, Bayousphere, IE, Arrowsmith, Green Fuse, International Voices,The Forum, Suddenly IV, The Texas Review, Lyric, The Weight of Addition, and Time Slice.