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POSTPONED: An Evening with Diannely Antigua, Ryan Black, and Justin Wymer
May 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:45 pmFree
NB: These Poets will be rescheduled separately to a date in the fall or spring. In the meantime, please support writers, bookstores, and independent presses. Order their books from The Village Bookstore in Pleasantvlle, NY: https://thevillagebookstore.net
Diannely Antigua is a Dominican American poet and educator, born and raised in Massachusetts. Her debut collection Ugly Music (YesYes Books, 2019) was the winner of the Pamet River Prize. A graduate of the MFA program at NYU, she was awarded a Global Research Initiative Fellowship to Florence, Italy. She is the recipient of additional fellowships from CantoMundo, Community of Writers, and the Fine Arts Work Center Summer Program.
Justin Wymer is a poet, scholar, and educator. Born and raised in southwestern West Virginia, he holds degrees from Harvard University and the Iowa Writers’s Workshop. Currently, he resides in Denver, where he is pursuing a PhD in creative writing and literary arts with a focus on trauma studies, literature of excess and difficulty, and ecopoetics. Wymer’s debut full-length collection, Deed, won the 2018 Antivenom Poetry Award and was be published by Elixir Press in 2019.
Ryan Black is the author of The Tenant of Fire (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019), winner of the 2018 Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize, and Death of a Nativist, selected by Linda Gregerson for a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship. He is an Assistant Professor of English at Queens College of the City University of New York.