Fall 2014 Schedule
September 18: Meg Eden
Meg Eden has published her work in various magazines, including B O D Y, Drunken Boat, Mudfish, and Rock & Sling. Her collections include “Your Son", Rotary Phones and Facebook, and "The Girl Who Came Back". HUM 112,PDF 2-3 p.m.
October 16: Janice Gary
Janice Gary, author of Short Leash: A Memoir of Dog Walking and Deliverance is the recipient of the Christine White Award and the Ames Award for Essay. Her work has appeared in Literal Latte, Kaleidoscope, The Baltimore Review, The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Potomac Review. HUM 112,PDF 2-3 p.m.
November 20th: Gregg Wilhelm
Gregg Wilhelm, founded CityLit Project, a nonprofit literary arts organization. Over the course of his publishing career, Gregg has shepherded nearly 100 titles into print. Gregg has taught writing and publishing at Loyola University, University of Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins University. Gregg earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Tampa. HUM 112,PDF 2-3 p.m.
Spring 2015 Schedule
February (TBA): Le Hinton
Hinton is the author of five poetry collections including, The God of Our
Dreams (Iris G. Press, 2010) and The Language of Moisture and Light (Iris G.
Press, 2014). His work can be found in many journals including Little Patuxent
Review, Unshod Quills, Watershed, and Off the Coast. His work has or will be
published in the anthologies, Cooking Up South
and The Best American Poetry 2014.
March 26: Paul Bogard
Bogard is the author of The
End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light,
published in North America by Little, Brown, and in the UK and around the world
by 4th Estate/Harper Collins. The book has been translated into German,
Spanish, Japanese, and Korean. The
End of Night is
available in hardcover, e-book, paperback, and audiobook.
is also editor of the anthology Let
There Be Night: Testimony on Behalf of the Dark, a collection of essays by
twenty-eight wonderful writers on the value of darkness and the costs of light
pollution. His writing has appeared in print and online in Slate, Salon,
Los Angeles Times, Outside, Audubon, Conservation, Reader's Digest, National Geographic,
Creative Nonfiction, and elsewhere.
April 23rd: Erin Murphy
Erin Murphy is the author of
six collections of poetry: Ancilla (Lamar University Press, 2014); Distant
Glitter (Word Poetry, 2013); Word Problems (Word Poetry, 2011), winner of the
2012 Paterson Prize for Literary Excellence; Dislocation and Other Theories
(Word Poetry, 2008), winner of the 2009 Paterson Prize for Literary Excellence;
Too Much of This World (Mammoth Books, 2008), winner of the Anthony Piccione
Poetry Prize; and Science of Desire (Word Poetry, 2004), a finalist for the
Paterson Poetry Prize for the best poetry book of 2004. With Todd Davis, she is
co-editor of Making Poems: 40 Poems with Commentary by the Poets (State
University of New York Press, 2010).