Taije Silverman

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February 16, 2006  Taije Silverman (February 2006) the 2005-2007 Creative Writing Fellow in Poetry at Emory, holds a BA in English and Creative Writing from Vassar, and an MFA in poetry from the University of Maryland. Her poems have been published in journals including Ploughshares, Poetry, Five Points, The Antioch Review, Pleiades, and Prairie Schooner. […]

Gary Short

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April 19, 2007  Gary Short is the author of three books of poetry. His latest book is Ten Moons and 13 Horses. His book, Flying Over Sonny Liston, received the Western States Book Award.  Short has garnered many awards and honors including a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University and a term at the Fine Arts […]

Jason Schossler

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February 16, 2006  Jason Schossler lives in Bethlehem, PA, where he works as a freelance sports and entertainment writer and editor. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Indiana Review, Event, American Writing, The MacGuffin and other literary magazines. He recently earned his MA in Creative Writing from Temple University. He is an Ohio […]

Nancy Schoenberger

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February 16, 2006  Nancy Schoenberger has published three books of poetry–The Taxidermist’s Daughter, Girl on a White Porch, Long Like a River, the most recent in 1998.  Her prose works include two biographies and a true crime investigation into the murder of George Reeves, TV’s first Superman.  Her prose works are: Dangerous Muse, A Life Of […]

Brenda E. Sartoris

November 17, 2005 Brenda E. Sartoris grew up in Jackson, Mississippi, graduating from Millsaps College with a BA in English in 1962. She went on to graduate school at Louisiana State University, and after receiving a PhD degree in medieval British literature, taught a variety of English courses at Mississippi State University for 20 years. […]

Lisa Tracy

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September 16, 2010  Lisa Tracy will read excerpts from her new book: Objects of Our Affection: Uncovering My Family’s Past, One Chair, Pistol, and Pickle Fork at a Time.  In her book Lisa Tracy invites us into the rich history of a military family characterized by duty, hardship, honor, and devotion—qualities embodied in the very […]

Allison Titus

February 16, 2006  Allison Titus has published poems in journals such as Indiana Review, American Literary Review, Quarterly West, Barrow Street, Spinning Jenny, and many others. She holds degrees from Vermont College, Virginia Commonwealth Univ., and University of Mary Washington. Currently Allison lives in Richmond, VA, where she works as a freelance writer.

Alice Heard Williams

May 19, 2005  Alice Heard Williams Delray Beach resident Alice Heard Williams will discuss her new novel Remembering Piero which portrays the life of Renaissance artist Piero della Francesca. Williams is an art historian from Lynchburg and holds a BA degree with majors in journalism and history from Oklahoma State University; she studied art history […]

Jane Wampler

Jane Wampler has taught creative writing and poetry classes at CU-Colorado Springs and the Colorado College. She is past-president of Poetry West, the oldest and largest non-profit poetry organization in southern Colorado.  Jane spent a decade writing news, politics, features and commentary for publications such as the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph, the Houston Post, Texas […]

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