Readings & Events
Caitlin appeared as a featured reader at the 2022 Newburyport Literary Festival. To learn more about the festival and the participating writers, you can click here.
During her time as Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Writer-In-Residence at Washington & Jefferson College, Caitlin gave a reading that received coverage in W&J News. To read the article, which also discusses her background as a writer and teacher, you can click here
As a Fall Session 2019 Guild Hall Artist-In-Residence in East Hampton, NY, Caitlin gave a poetry reading at Canio’s Books in Sag Habor, NY. For additional details about the Guild Hall Artist-In-Residence Program, you can click here. To read more about the 2019 Guild Hall Artist-In-Residence fellowship recipients, Caitlin included, you can click here. To read an article in The East Hampton Press about Caitlin’s experience as a Guild Hall Artist-In-Residence and her background as a poet, you can click here
As the Presidential Endowed Scholar for 2018-2019, an honor granted through the P.E.O Foundation, Caitlin was a keynote speaker at the P.E.O Convention in Columbus, OH. To read more about Caitlin’s selection for the P.E.O Scholar Award, you can read an article in The Key Reporter by clicking here. To learn about her special distinction as the P.E.O Presidential Endowed Scholar, you can visit the Boston University Creative Writing site by clicking here
Caitlin read as the featured poet at the inaugural Irish American Writers and Artists event at the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati. To learn more about the Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati, you can click here. To learn more about the Irish American Writers and Artists Organization, which has chapters all over the country, you can click here
As the winner of the Frost Farm Poetry Prize, Caitlin appeared as the featured reader at The Hyla Brook Reading Series at the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, NH. The reading kicked off the Frost Farm Poetry Conference. To learn more about Caitlin’s selection for the prize and read the judge’s full commentary, you can click here. To check out Caitlin’s winning poem “Wish” in The Yale Review, you can click here
Caitlin served as the 2019 Visiting Poet at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, CT, where she gave a reading for the school community and taught workshops. Past Visiting Poets at Miss Porter’s School (also known as “Haggis Haggis Poets,” a title derived from the school’s literary magazine Haggis Baggis) have included Galway Kinnell, Naomi Shihab Nye, Sharon Olds, Richard Blanco, and Eileen Myles. To learn more about the school, you can click here. To learn more about the school’s Haggis Baggis Poet Series, you can click here
Caitlin has read her work at a variety of live and online venues. She has given Writer-In-Residence readings at the James Merrill House in Stonington, CT, the Jack Kerouac House in Orlando, FL, St. Albans School in Washington, DC, Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, MI, and Penn State in Altoona, PA.
Caitlin’s work has been featured through the PBS NewsHour Poetry Series. To hear a recording of her reading her poem “A Brief History of the Bikini,” you can click here
Caitlin’s work has been featured as the “Poem of the Day” at the Poetry Foundation. To hear a recording of her reading her poem “The Editor’s Ex,” you can click here
Each year, a graduate of the Boston University MFA Program in Poetry and/or Fiction receives an invitation to read with the Creative Writing faculty in the Boston University Faculty Reading. Caitlin was invited to read as the Featured Poetry Alumna. To learn more about the event and Caitlin’s participation, you can read an article titled “BU’s Literary Lions Read Tonight” by clicking here
Caitlin was the 2015/2016 Visiting Writer at Western Reserve Academy, a college preparatory boarding and day school in Hudson, OH. She taught Creative Writing classes, led an evening seminar, and gave a reading. To read a piece about Caitlin’s visit to the school, you can click here
As part of the Best New Poets reading series, Caitlin has read at several places around New York City, including Housing Works, Book Court, and McNally Jackson Books.
Other New York City venues at which Caitlin has given readings include the following: The New York Society Library (where she read as one of the winners of the Amy Award through Poets & Writers), the Powerhouse Arena (where she read as a contributor to the anthology American Creative Writers on Class), the Roger Smith Hotel (where she read as one of two emerging poets chosen to represent New York State in the Distant Voices Poetry Program through Stanza: Scotland’s Poetry Festival), and KGB Bar (where she read along with fellow residents from Art Omi, formerly known as the Ledig House International Writers Residency)
Caitlin appeared as one of two featured poets, along with Frank Messina, at the inaugural Kerouac Project Open Mic Event at the Gallery at Avalon Island. In the spirit of Jack Kerouac, Caitlin and Frank read their work while accompanied by acclaimed jazz pianist Per Danielsson. The event, hosted by Kerouac House board member Naomi Butterfield, also included an open mic segment. You can read more about the event by clicking here and you can also find an announcement about it on Darlyn Finch Kuhn’s Scribbles: The Heartbeat of the Florida Writing Lifestyle site by clicking here. To visit the Kerouac Project Open Mic Event Facebook page, you can click here
Caitlin read with poet Annemarie Ni Churreain for the Literature Out Loud Series at the Maitland Art Museum in 2014. They presented their work as part of the museum’s “CulturePop” event, which included the opening of two new art exhibitions by Cicero Greathouse and Leigh Tarantino. To see an announcement about the reading on Darlyn Finch Kuhn’s Scribbles: The Heartbeat of the Florida Writing Lifestyle site, you can click here. To visit the event’s Facebook page, you can click here. To read about the event in The Orlando Weekly, you can click here
For links to a variety of media (podcasts, radio interviews, and videos) featuring Caitlin reading and discussing her work, you can visit News & Highlights and Interviews & Features