Ashland poetry reading features 2 Left Fork authors
A reading to report, this time featuring TWO Left Fork authors. This coming Thursday, November 3, at Bloomsbury Books in Ashland, Judith Arcana and Michael Spring will be reading, along with Amy Miller (not a Left Fork author…yet). See below for a wee more on the trio of readers. The event begins at 7pm. We’ll hope to see you there.
Judith Arcana‘s chapbook Here from Somewhere Else has recently won the Editor’s Choice Poetry Award from Turtle Island Quarterly. She is the author of Grace Paley’s Life Stories, A Literary Biography; Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture (Minerva Rising Prose Prize); and the poetry collection What if your mother. Judith lives in Portland, Oregon.
Michael Spring will be reading from his fourth book of poems, Unfolding the Field. His poetry has won the Robert Graves Award, the Turtle Island Poetry Award, and, most recently, a 2016 DISQUIET International fellowship. Michael is a poetry editor for the Pedestal Magazine. He lives in O’Brien, Oregon.
Amy Miller‘s chapbooks include White Noise Lullaby and I Am on a River and Cannot Answer (BOAAT Press), and her work has been published in Bellingham Review, Nimrod, Rattle, and ZYZZYVA. She won the Jack Grapes Poetry Prize and the Cultural Center of Cape Cod National Poetry Competition, judged by Tony Hoagland.