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Living Writers Series: Emily Carr, Maureen Foster, Lindsay Knisely, and Ingrid Moody
January 27, 2011 @ 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm | Humanities Lecture Hall, Room 206
Emily Carr’s first book, directions for flying (Furniture Press,) is available through SPD. 13 ways of happily: books 1 & 2, chosen by Cole Swensen as the winner of the 2009 New Measures Poetry Prize, is forthcoming early next year. Until then, you can read Emily’s work in magazines like Prairie Schooner, Caketrain, Fourteen Hills, Isotope, The Capilano Review, So To Speak, ISLE, dusie, Versal, and others.
Maureen Foster is the author of two novels, Beginners, and Sparks, and her poetry and short fiction have appeared in The Pacific Review and Word River. She currently teaches writing and film at UC Santa Cruz at both Crown and Merrill Colleges.
Lindsay Knisely attended Oberlin College in Ohio, where she started out as a Neuroscience major and ended up a Creative Writing major with minors in African-American Literature and Psychology. Lindsay received her MFA in poetry from the University of Oregon, and her work has been included in several journals and anthologies, including Not A Muse: A World Poetry Anthology.
Ingrid Browning Moody’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, New South, RHINO, The Texas Review and elsewhere. Her chapbook, Arriving After Dark, won the Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize and will be published by Texas Review Press in fall 2011.
Co-sponsored by the Creative Writing Program, the Literature Department, and the Porter Hitchcock Poetry Fund.