Autumn House Press + Bull City Press
+ Four Way Books present
Jennifer Renee Blevins, Michael Credico, Armen Davoudian, Reg Gibbons, Arielle Greenberg, Siân Griffiths, Marlin M. Jenkins, C.T. Salazar, Cherene Sherrard, Jacob Strautmann, Angela Narciso Torres, Eric Tran, Michael Walsh, Jonathan Wells
8pm ET // 7pm CT // 5pm PT
Winner of the 2018 Autumn House Press Nonfiction Prize for Limited by Body Habitus: An American Fat Story, Jennifer Renee Blevins is currently a Bridge Humanities Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at the University of South Carolina.
Michael Credico is the author of Heartland Calamitous; he lives in Cleveland, OH.
Armen Davoudian, 2020 winner of the Frost Place Chapbook Competition with Swan Song (Bull City Press, 2020). His poems & translations from Persian appear in AGNI, Narrative, The Sewanee Review, and elsewhere.
Reginald Gibbons is the author of eleven poetry collections, including Renditions (Four Way Books, 2021). He teaches at Northwestern University, where he is a Frances Hooper Professor of Arts and Humanities.
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.
Siân Griffiths is the author of The Heart Keeps Faulty Time (Bull City Press, 2020). Her debut novel, Borrowed Horses (New Rivers Press), was a semi-finalist for the 2014 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award.
Marlin M. Jenkins is the author of Capable Monsters (Bull City Press, 2020). His poetry has appeared at Indiana Review, Iowa Review, Waxwing, TriQuarterly, New Poetry from the Midwest, and Volume 2 of Oxidant Engine‘s BoxSet Series.
C.T. Salazar is the author of American Cavewall Sonnets (Bull City Press, 2021) and also This Might Have Meant Fire (Inch #39). His other titles include Forty Stitches Sewing a Body Against a Ramshackle Night (Animal Heart Press, 2020) and Headless John the Baptist Hitchhiking (Acre Books. 2022).
Originally from Los Angeles, Cherene Sherrard is the author of two full-length poetry collections, Vixen (2017) and Grimoire (2020), both from Autumn House Press, and Mistress, Reclining—an award-winning chapbook.
Raised in Marshall County, WV, Jacob Strautmann is a recipient of the Massachusetts Poetry Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. His debut poetry collection The Land of the Dead Is Open for Business was published by Four Way Books in 2020.
Angela Narciso Torres is author of the poetry collections What Happens is Neither (Four Way Books 2021) and Blood Orange (Willow Books 2013), & the chapbook To the Bone (Sundress Publications 2020). Born in Brooklyn & raised in Manila, she serves as a senior & reviews editor for RHINO Poetry.
Eric Tran is queer Vietnamese writer and a resident physician in psychiatry in Asheville, NC, whose debut book of poems, The Gutter Spread Guide to Prayer, won the Autumn House Press Rising Writer Prize.
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.
Jonathan Wells is the author of three collections of poetry with Four Way Books: Debris (2021), The Man with Many Pens (2015), and Train Dance (2011).