reading set for April 10
University will present “Three Rising Voices,” a reading of poetry and fiction,
The reading, at
6:30 p.m. in Old Main Chapel, is free and open to the public. Sponsors of the
program are the The Reflector, the
English department, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Creative Writing
Committee and the Women’s Center.
participants are Catherine Zobal Dent, Lisa Graley and Hilary Plum.
Dent is a fiction
writer, literary magazine editor and advisor, and professor of creative writing
at the Writers Institute of Susquehanna University. Her debut collection,
Unfinished Stories of Girls, was recently published, and her stories have been
published in the Harvard Review, North
American Review, Crab Orchard Review, PANK and elsewhere.
Graley is an
assistant professor of English and humanities at The University of Louisiana at
Lafayette where she coordinates the interdisciplinary humanities program. Her
recent book, Box of Blue Horses, won
the 2012 Gival Press Poetry Contest. Her works have also appeared in Glimmer Train Stories, Water~Stone Review
and The McNeese Review. The Louisiana
Board of Regents awarded her an Awards to Louisiana Artists and Scholars
sabbatical in 2009-10 for her work in fiction.
Plum is author of
the novel They Dragged Them Through the Streets. She is co-director of Clockroot Books, an imprint for international
literature, and serves as contributing and book-review editor with the Kenyon Review. She also co-edits Rescue
Press’s Open Prose series with Zachary Savich, assistant professor of English
at Shippensburg University. Her recent work have appeared in Western Humanities Review, Pleiades, LIT, the Massachusetts Review
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