ADVERTISEMENT

Today, 2 p.m.: Expressive Writing Process Salon with Pat Pendleton. C.G. Jung Center, 408 Franklin St. $8 to $10. Call 854-7457.

Today, 7:30 P.M.: Screening Room Series reading featuring writer Blue Wojciechowski plus a video by Bill Kothe. Northtown Plaza Business Center, 3131 Sheridan Drive, Amherst.

Monday, 6:30 P.M.: Wordflight Series reading featuring poets Marge Merrill and J. Tim Raymond. Additional reading slots available. Crane Branch Library, 633 Elmwood Ave.

TUESDAY, 5:30 P.M.: UB Poetics Program presents “way,” media artist Konrad Steiner’s film based on the 1988 book by language poet and experimental prose writer Leslie Scalapino. Q&A session with Steiner to follow. Center for the Arts, Room 112. UB North Campus.

Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Circleformance Series reading featuring poets Ken Feltges and Craig Keller. Additional reading slots available. Meridian West Gallery, 1209 Hertel Ave. $5.

Wednesday, noon: Reading by Tom Reigstad, emeritus professor in English at SUNY at Buffalo State and author of “Scribblin’ for a Livin’: Mark Twain’s Pivotal Period in Buffalo.” Auditorium, Central Branch, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, One Lafayette Square.

Wednesday, 7 p.m.: Canisius College Contemporary Writers Series presents Nick Flynn, author of three poetry collections, including “Some Ether” (Graywolf Press, 2000), winner of the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award, and the memoirs “Another Bulls--t Night in Suck City” (W.W. Norton & Company), winner of the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for the Art of the Memoir and basis for the film “Being Flynn” (2012), “The Ticking Is the Bomb: A Memoir,” and “The Reenactments: A Memoir” (both W.W. Norton). Grupp Fireside Lounge, Richard E. Winter Building, Canisius College, 80 Hughes Ave.

WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M.: Earth’s Daughters Gray Hair Series reading featuring Ansie Baird and Joel Lipman. Lipman is the author of numerous limited-edition, small press, and fine art books and chapbooks of poetry, including “Mercury Vapor Lamp” (Ocooch Mountain Press), “Provocateur” (Bloody Twin Press), “The Real Ideal” (Luna Bisante Productions) and “Ransom Notes” (Obscure Publications). Hallwalls Cinema, 341 Delaware Ave. $5.

Thursday, 7 p.m.: Reading to celebrate the publication of Jennifer Campbell’s second poetry collection “Supposed to Love” (Saddle Road Press). Campbell is a professor of English at Erie Community College-North and a co-editor of Earth’s Daughters magazine. Talking Leaves Books, 3158 Main St.

Saturday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.: Emily Dickinson Marathon, a 14-hour open community reading of all 1,789 poems written by Dickinson, sponsored and organized by the University at Buffalo English Department and Just Buffalo Literary Center in conjunction with National Poetry Month. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 724 Delaware Ave. Free.