Join us for a night of poetry read by two celebrated Midwestern poets, Marc Frazier and George David Clark. Books by both poets will be available at the reading for purchase.
MARC J. FRAZIER has been widely published in journals including The Spoon River Poetry Review, ACM, Caveat Lector, Ascent, Permafrost, Plainsongs, Poet Lore, Rhino, The Broome Review, descant, The G W Review, and Evansville Review. He is the recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Award for poetry and the author of The Way Here, a full-length poetry collection, and two chapbooks The Gods of the Grand Resort and After. His second full-length collection, Each Thing Touches, is from Glass Lyre Press, 2015. He is also included in the anthology New Poetry from the Midwest.
GEORGE DAVID CLARK is the author of Reveille, winner of the Miller Williams Poetry Prize from the University of Arkansas Press. His recent poems can be found in the The Believer, Blackbird, Cincinnati Review, FIELD, Yale Review, and others, or reprinted online at Verse Daily and Poetry Daily. He has received honors from Southern Poetry Review (the Guy Owen Prize), Narrative Magazine (the 30 Below Prize), and the Sewanee Writer’s Conference (a Walter E. Dakin Fellowship), among others. He is editor-in-chief of 32 Poems.
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