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SHP Annual Sanger-Stewart Reading VIA ZOOM with Liz Marlow, Julie Danho, and Rebecca Doverspike
April 19 @ 4:00 pm - 5:45 pmFree
Join the Slapering Hol Press co-editors, Margo Taft Stever, Peggy Ellsberg, and Jennifer Franklin as they welcome the 2019 SHP chapbook winner, Liz Marlow, the 2018 SHP chapbook winner, Rebecca Doverspike, and the 2013 SHP chapbook winner, Julie Danho, to read their latest work and talk about their experiences as Slapering Hol press poets.
Liz Marlow’s poems have appeared in The Carolina Quarterly, The Greensboro Review, The Rumpus, Tikkun, and elsewhere. Additionally, her work has been a finalist for Permafrost Magazine’s New Alchemy Contest and a semi-finalist for the Tomaž Šalamun Prize. She received her MFA from Western Michigan University. She currently lives in Memphis, Tennessee with her husband and two children.
Julie Danho’s first full-length collection, Those Who Keep Arriving, won the 2018 Gerald Cable Book Award from Silverfish Review Press. Her chapbook, Six Portraits, received the 2013 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Award, and her poems have appeared in Pleiades, Alaska Quarterly Review, Blackbird, The Writer’s Almanac, and New Ohio Review, among others. She has been awarded fellowships from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts and the MacColl Johnson Fund.
Julie has an MFA from Ohio State University and works as an editor in Providence, Rhode Island. She loves art history, serial commas, and taking more books out of the library than she can possibly read. She is married to the poet David O’Connell.
Read and listen to Julie read her poem, “I want to Eat Bugs with You Underground” and three other poems from her new book on The Writer’s Almanac. http://www.garrisonkeillor.com/radio/twa-the-writers-almanac-for-april-2-2020/