Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Multi-Purpose Room, Campus Center
326 Penn Street
Traci Brimhall will also present a workshop from 3-4:30 in the Writers House, 305 Cooper Street. Community members welcome! Traci will read and comment on 3-5 manuscripts of 3-5 pages. To submit your work, email it as a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file to email@example.com. Submissions are due February 1; participants will be notified if their work is selected by February 7.
Traci Brimhall is the author of Our Lady of the Ruins (W.W. Norton), winner of the Barnard Women Poets Prize; Rookery (Southern Illinois University Press), winner of the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award; and Saudade (forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press). Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, Slate, The Believer, Kenyon Review, The New Republic, Ploughshares, and Best American Poetry 2013 & 2014. She’s received fellowships from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writingand the National Endowment for the Arts. She’s an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Kansas State University and lives in Manhattan, KS.
Paul Goldberg first heard a Moscow version of the myth about Jews using blood for religious rituals when he was 10, in 1969. By the time he emigrated to the US in 1973, he had gathered the massive collection of Moscow stories which underpin his debut novel, The Yid. As a reporter, Goldberg has written two books about the Soviet human rights movement, The Final Act and The Thaw Generation (with Ludmilla Alexeyeva). He is the editor and publisher of The Cancer Letter, a weekly publication focused on the business and politics of cancer, and coauthor (with Otis Brawley) of a book about the American healthcare system, How We Do Harm. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and elsewhere, and he has been featured on 60 Minutes, 20/20, CNN, and NPR. He lives in Washington, DC.