This week we welcome Kate Angus as our guest author. Kate is an editor at Augury Books and the Creative Writing Advisory Board Member for The Mayapple Center for Arts and Humanities. Her work has appeared in Indiana Review, Subtropics, Best New Poets 2010, Court Green, Barrow Street, The Awl, and Verse Daily. She is the recipient of A Room of Her Own Foundation’s “Orlando” Prize, The Southeast Review’s Narrative Nonfiction prize, a New York Times “Teacher Who Made a Difference” award, and an artists residency on the Wildfjords trail in Iceland. She lives in New York and can occasionally be found on “The Twitter” at @collokate.
In other news . . .
Beginning this week, Sharon Dolin will join us from Barcelona, where she is running the Writing Writing About Art in Barcelona poetry workshop. Sharon is the author of five poetry books, most recently: Whirlwind and Burn and Dodge, winner of the AWP Donald Hall Prize in Poetry. In 2013, Sharon was awarded the Witter Bynner Fellowship from the Library of Congress, selected by Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey. Sharon is at work on a memoir, Hitchcock Blonde, as well as a book of aphoristic sequences, The Book of Lost Aphorisms. Find out more about Sharon here.
Welcome Kate and Sharon.