CityLit Project Concludes "Cruellest Month Reading Series"
Cruellest Month Reading SeriesCurated by Towson ARTS Collective / Furniture PressThursday, April 30, 2009French Press Cafe, 7:30pm27 E. Chesapeake Avenue Towson, MDwww.thefrenchpresscafe.comFree!CityLit Project Presents Poets from Loyola College and Goucher CollegeNed Balbo’s second book, Lives of the Sleepers, received the Ernest Sandeen Prize and a ForeWord magazine Book of the Year Award. His first book is Galileo’s Banquet, and he has won three Maryland Arts Council poetry grants. Ned teaches at Loyola. Katherine Cottle received an MFA in creative writing from the University of Maryland. Her chapbook, My Father’s Speech, won the inaugural Apprentice House (Loyola College) poetry chapbook contest. Kathy graduated from Goucher.Jane Satterfield’s first poetry collection, Shepherdess with an Automatic, received the Towson University Prize for Literature; her second, Assignation at Vanishing Point, received the Elixir Press Poetry Prize. Jane teaches at Loyola.With Loyola College student readers Edwin Poche and Echo Salisbury; Goucher College student readers Samantha Joustra and Jacob Dilson; and special music provided by The Darius Jones Quintet.Print out "Cruellest Month" flyer here.
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