Saturday, March 6, 2021

Autumn House Press + Bull City Press
+ Four Way Books present

Conor Bracken, John Foy, Arielle Greenberg, LA Johnson, Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, Kevin Prufer, Leah Silvieus, Dennis James Sweeney, Michael Walsh, Jim Whiteside, Lori Wilson, and more! TBD

8pm ET // 7pm CT // 5pm PT

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Conor Bracken is the author of Henry Kissinger, Mon Amour winner of the 2017 Frost Place Chapbook Competition. His poems, which have been nominated for the Best of the Net and received grants from Inprint and the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, appear or are forthcoming in Adroit Journal, Forklift OH, Muzzle, The New Yorker, and THRUSH.  


Cynthia Cruz is the author of six collections of poetry, including five with Four Way Books: The Glimmering Room(2012), Wunderkammer (2014), How the End Begins (2016), Dregs (2018), & Guidebooks for the Dead (2020). She teaches at Columbia University.  

get a copy of Guidebooks for the Dead here: https://fourwaybooks.com/site/guidebooks-for-the-dead/ 

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John Foy’s new collection of poetry, No One Leaves the World Unhurt, won the 2020 Donald Justice Poetry Prize and will be published by Autumn House Press. 


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Arielle Greenberg most recent poetry collection I Live in the Country & other dirty poems was published by Four Way Books in 2020. A former tenured professor in poetry at Columbia College Chicago, she lives with her family in Maine, where she writes, edits, teaches and works for a creative services agency.


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L. A. Johnson is the author of Little Climates (Bull City Press). She received her MFA from Columbia University and is currently pursuing her PhD in literature and creative writing from the University of Southern California, where she is a Provost’s Fellow. Her poems have recently appeared in The American Poetry Review, The Southern Review, the Antioch Review, Iowa Review, Massachusetts Review, and other journals.  


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Ricardo Alberto Maldonado’s debut poetry collection The Life Assignment was published by Four Way Books in 2020. He was born and raised in Puerto Rico and now lives in New York, where he serves as managing director at 92Y’s Unterberg Poetry Center.   


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Kevin Prufer is the author of eight poetry collections including five with Four Way Books: The Art of Fiction (2021), How He Loved Them (2018), winner of the Julie Suk Award, Churches (2014), In a Beautiful Country (2011), and National Anthem (2008).  


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Leah Silvieus is the author of Season of Dares (Bull City Press), Anemochory (Hyacinth Girl Press 2016), and a books editor for Hyphen magazine.  Silvieus is a Kundiman fellow & the recipient of awards/fellowships from The Academy of American Poets, Fulbright, and the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation. 


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Dennis James Sweeney is the author of In the Antarctic Circle, winner of the Rising Writer Prize from Autumn House Press. He lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.


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Michael Walsh is the author of Creep Love, out now from Autumn House Press, as well as the co-editor of Queer Nature, an anthology Autumn House Press will publish in March 2022.


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Jim Whiteside is the author of Writing Your Name on the Glass (Bull City Press), the Editors’ Selection from the 2018 Frost Place Chapbook Competition.  Jim’s recent poems have appeared or will soon appear in journals such as PloughsharesThe Southern ReviewPleiadesCrazyhorse, and Washington Square Review.  


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Lori Wilson, author of The Dream Women Called and House Where a Woman, both from Autumn House Press, teaches a poetry workshop in Morgantown, West Virginia, in affiliation with the Madwomen in the Attic at Carlow University.

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