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David Dephy Reading

  • Bowery Poetry Club 308 Bowery New York, NY 10012 USA (map)

Join us at Bowery Poetry for a reading with literature luminary, David Dephy.


Poetry, which is the answer to all of the mysteries of our unique world. Poetry, a reason for the existence of language, is a breath which brings out every genuine word in that very moment when you are standing across from yourself, language and poetry itself and have no fear, because you are free. I think that a human being gets strength from the truth and transfers that strength to others and fills them with comfort and allows them to carry on and hold on during everyday struggle. This truth for me is poetry and it has no boundaries. It is timeless and ageless.


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David Dephy born June 21, 1968. The trilingual Georgian/American poet, novelist, essayist, performer, multimedia artist. An active participant of the American and international poetry and artistic scenes, such as PEN World Voices, 92Y Poetry Center, Voices of Poetry, Long Island Poetry Listings, Bowery Poetry NYC. His poems issued in the USA by the several literary magazines.

He was an artist-in-residence at the writers residency Ledig House in Ghent, New York and a participate in the PEN World Voices festival in New York City, with Laurie Anderson, Yusef Komunyakaa and Salman Rushdie at the Unterberg Poetry Center, 92nd Str Y. Also he was invited by the Columbia University in the City of New York The School of the Arts, for a literary event.

He performed a live poetry show with quadraphonic audio system at the Abastumanis Observatory of Georgia and was chosen as an Ambassador of Poetry by Austrian worldwide brand Julius Meinl in Georgia. David Dephys poetry and live performance The Poet King and The Easter Verses at the Peace Cathedral of the Evangelical Baptist Church of Georgia included in the Divine Liturgies officially.

P. S. Quotes:

"That's beautiful. That's great. So great," Laurie Anderson about David Dephy's poetry and performance.

"Thank you for your poetry, for your words, for your music," Yusef Komunyakaa about David Dephy's poetry.