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An Evening with Lauren Camp, Joan Kwon Glass, Anna V.Q. Ross, & Edwin Torres (via Zoom)
November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree – $25.00
This reading will take place on Zoom. The link will be sent to the email that you use to register as soon as you reserve a spot. (Please check your spam folder and save the link to your calendar.) It will also be sent to you the day of the reading for your convenience. For questions email [email protected] for more information.
Lauren Camp is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Took House (Tupelo Press, 2020), which received the American Fiction Award in Poetry and was named a Distinguished Favorite for the Independent Press Award. One Hundred Hungers (Tupelo Press, 2016) won the Dorset Prize. It was also a finalist for the Arab American Book Award, the Housatonic Book Award and the Sheila Margaret Motton Prize. Turquoise Door: Finding Mabel Dodge Luhan in New Mexico (3: A Taos Press, 2018) was a finalist for the New Mexico-Arizona Book Award. Her poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, The Los Angeles Review, Poet Lore, Beloit Poetry Journal, Witness and The Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day. Her work has been translated into Turkish, Mandarin, Serbian Arabic and Spanish. Honors include fellowships from Denver Botanic Gardens and Black Earth Institute and a visiting writer position at the Mayo Clinic (MN). Lauren lives in New Mexico, where she teaches through the state’s Poetry Out Loud program and her own community workshops. She also teaches for Hugo House and the Hudson Valley Writers Center.
Joan Kwon Glass (B.A./M.A.T. Smith College) is the mixed-race Korean American author of Night Swim, winner of the 2021 Diode Editions Book Contest. She is a Brooklyn Poets mentor, serves as Editor-in-Chief of Harbor Review, as poet laureate (2021-2024) for the city of Milford, Connecticut & as poetry co-editor for West Trestle Review. Her micro chapbook Bloodline won the 2021 Washburn Prize, and her poetry chapbook How to Make Pancakes For a Dead Boy (Harbor Editions, 2022) won the 2021 Marginalia Contest. Joan’s work explores trauma, grief, memory, motherhood, and recovery. Her poems have recently been published or are upcoming in RHINO, Diode, The Rupture, NELLE, South Florida Poetry Journal & many others.
Anna V. Q. Ross’s most recent book, Flutter, Kick, won the 2020 Benjamin Saltman Poetry Award (Red Hen Press, 2022). Her previous collections include If a Storm (Anhinga Press, winner of the Robert Dana-Anhinga Prize for Poetry); Figuring (Bull City Press); and Hawk Weather (winner the New Women’s Voices Prize from Finishing Line Press and the Jean Pedrick Chapbook Award from the New England Poetry Society). A recipient of fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Fulbright Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Vermont Studio Center, her recent work appears in Kenyon Review, Harvard Review, The Nation, Poetry Northwest, Southern Humanities Review, The Southern Review, and elsewhere. She is poetry editor for Salamander Magazine and teaches at Tufts University and through the Emerson Prison Initiative.
Edwin Torres is a poet, performer, sound visualist, graphic designer, and editor. He has brought his bodylingo poetics across many disciplines and has had 13 books of poetry published, including The Animal’s Perception of Earth, Xoeteox: the infinite word object, and editor of The Body In Language: An Anthology. He grew up in New York City and currently lives in Beacon, NY.