Tabula Poetica operates through the generosity of
Chapman University's Wilkinson College and the Department of English
Poets & Writers, Inc. who partially supports the annual Reader's Series through a grant received from the James Irvine Foundation
People like you, with a love for poetry and a desire to see our work continue.
All donation to Tabula Poetica are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support!
+-Are You a Chapman University Student?
Are you a poet? Have you written an interesting essay on poetics? Have you drawn or edited a work of visual poetry? Visit the homepage of TAB: The Journal of Poetry & Poetics to submit your work for publication.
Attend the Tabula Poetica poetry events!
Have an idea for a poetry event you'd like to see happen on campus? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your thoughts!
Tab accepts book reviews of recently released poetry books from any students who wish to submit. Email email@example.com for more information.
MFA students are invited to read sample of their poetry during the Poetry Reading Series every winter. Contact Dr. Anna Leahy if you would like to be included.
Every year, Tab hires one or more graduate assistants to help organize events, update the website, work on the Tab poetry journal, and fulfill other critical functions. If you are interested in obtaining a position, speak to Dr. Anna Leahy before the start of the new school year.
+-Interested in becoming a Visiting Poet?
If you’re interested in reading during an upcoming Tabula Poetica series at Chapman University, we’d be happy to hear from you. We strive to represent a range of aesthetics, geographies, and stages of career in every reading series. The annual series occurs during the fall semester, with occasional one-off events in the spring for poets who have spring book tours scheduled in Southern California.
Visiting writers in the Poetry Reading Series must have published at least one full-length collection. At this time, we are not considering self-published poets.
Each visiting poet in this series gives both a poetry talk and a poetry reading on a Tuesday. In addition, a class visit and/or meal for informal conversation with our students and faculty can be arranged. A stipend, currently supported through the Department of English and Poets & Writers, Inc., is paid to each visiting poet. Visiting poets are responsible for their own travel arrangements.
For more information, contact Dr. Anna Leahy at firstname.lastname@example.org. The best time for initial contact is November or January for the following fall.