Announcing Episode III of MadHat’s Poetry, Prose & Anything Goes Reading Series
Lori Horvitz’s short stories, poetry, and personal essays have appeared in a variety of literary journals and anthologies including The Southeast Review, The Salt River Review, Hotel Amerika, Thirteenth Moon, Dos Passos Review and Quarter After Eight. Most recently, her essays have been included in two Seal Press anthologies: P.S.: What I Didn't Say: Unsent Letters to Our Female Friends and Dear John, I’m in Love With Jane. She is an Associate Professor of Literature and Language at University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Jamie Iredell is the author of two books: Prose. Poems. a Novel. and recently published, The Book of Freaks. His works can be found in numerous journals, including Mad Hatters’ Review. Iredell lives in Atlanta.
Katherine Soniat's fifth collection of poems, The Swing Girl, is forthcoming from Louisiana State University Press in 2011 and A Raft, A Boat, A Bridge, from Dream Horse Press in 2012. A Shared Life won the Iowa Poetry Price and a Virginia Center for the Book Award. Alluvial was a finalist for The Library of Virginia Center for the Book Award, and Notes of Departure was the recipient of the Camden Poetry Prize given by the Walt Whitman Center for the Arts and Humanities. The Fire Setters is available through the Web del Sol’s Online Chapbook. Originally from New Orleans, she was on the faculty at Virginia Tech and Hollins College where she taught in the MFA Programs. Presently she teaches in the Great Smokies Writing Program at UNCA, and lives in Asheville. (www.katherinesoniat.com)
Series curator Carol Novack moved from a Greenwich Village apartment to a mountain in Asheville last May, and is busy coping with the elements. She’s the publisher of the multi-media e-journal Mad Hatters’ Review and an erstwhile criminal defense & constitutional attorney. Carol’s recently published collection of musical fictions, fusions, and poems, “Giraffes in Hiding: The Mythical Memoirs of Carol Novack” (Spuyten Duyvil Press), is available at amazon.com. (carolnovack.blogspot.com)
The Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Series curated by Carol Novack
$7 / $5 BMCM+AC members + students w/ID