Tuesday, December 21, 2021, 07:00pm - 08:00pm
Join us for our annual winter faculty reading featuring Writers House instructors.
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Meeting ID: 928 6065 4393
PAUL BLANEY has been teaching in the basement of Murray Hall for at least a dozen years. Primarily a short fiction writer, he finds himself increasingly drawn to poetry.
ALEX DAWSON'S forthcoming novel, Welcome to White Hart, is due out next year. Lev Grossman (The Magicians) called it "magical and masterful... Narnia by way of Faulkner," Idra Novey (Those Who Knew) called it "a work of wizardry," and Kevin Wilson (Nothing to See Here) said "in a perfect world, this would be the story we told our loved ones at Christmas." Dawsn's book mobile, The Rac-On-Tour, a farm truck offshoot of his erstwhile bookshop, The Raconteur, built on the back of a '53 International flatbed, is hitting the road this month.
JOANNA FUHRMAN is the author of six books of poetry, most recently To a New Era.
LINDSAY HABER teaches Intro to Creative Writing and Fiction for Writers House. Her work has appeared in McSweeney's, Glimmer Train, The Normal School, Booth, and elsewhere. Find more of her work at Lindsayhaber.com
LESLIEANN HOBAYAN is a poet, essayist, badass mama, healer, and host of the podcast, Spiritual Grit, a show at the intersection of spirituality and activism. She also has a weekly column on Medium called Maverick Mondays that share personal stories of racism, and Free Verse Fridays on Instagram, her weekly poems about healing and social justice. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a 2018 Best of the Net, her work has appeared in The Rumpus, Aster(ix) Journal, The Grief Diaries, The Lantern Review, The Mom Egg Review, The World I Leave You: Asian American Poets on Faith and Spirit, and elsewhere.
AMY LAWLESS is a poet living in Brooklyn. She is the author of the poetry collections My Dead and Broadax, both from Octopus Books. And a chapbook A Women Alone (Sixth Finch). Poems are recently published or forthcoming from Sixth Finch, VIDA Review, and Bryant Literary Review.