Friday, January 13, 2017

Tuesday, January 17: The First and Last Word Poetry Series

Information courtesy of Harris Gardner. Blair is the author of two new books of poetry, Arsonville from New Issues Poetry and Prose, and Friends with Dogs from Sheep Meadow Press. His first book was chosen by Thomas Lux for the 2007 Del Sol Poetry Prize. Lin Neville is the author of two poetry collections: Journey Cake (BkMk Press, The University of Missouri-Kansas City, l998) and more recently, Triage, from Cervena Barva Press. Her poems and reviews have appeared in Harvard Review, Mademoiselle, American Poetry Review, Ironwood, and Threepenny Review. She is co-editor of Off The Grid Press, a press for poets over sixty. She is currently working with street people in Cambridge, Ma. in Buffalo in 1930, Bert Stern is Milligan Professor of English Emeritus at Wabash College. He also taught at the University of Thessaloniki and Peking University. Stern published a pioneer study of Wallace Stevens in 1965 (Wallace Stevens, Art of Uncertainty, University of Michigan) and two poetry collections, His essays and poems have appeared in journals including Southern Review, Columbia Teacher's College Record, Sewanee Review, The American Poetry Review, Poetry, and more than a dozen anthologies. Stern co-founded and co-edited Off the Grid Press. Now retired, he continues to serve as advisor.

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