Three renowned women of poetry will be sharing their voices and verses at 6 p.m. on Nov. 13 in the Founder's Room at the Green Music Center on the Sonoma State University campus in an event presented by Writers at Sonoma. The event is free and open to the public.
Presenting authors include:
Kathryn L. Pringle is an American poet living in Oakland. She is the author of the fault tree (winner of Omnidawn's 1st/2nd book prize selected by CD Wright), RIGHT NRE BIOLOGY (Factory School 2009), and two chapbooks. Her work can also be found in the anthology Conversations at the Wartime Café: A Decade of War (Conversations at the Wartime Café Press/WODV Press) and I'll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (Les Figues 2012).
Andrea Rexilius is the author of Half of What They Carried Flew Away (Letter Machine, 2012), and To Be Human Is To Be A Conversation (Rescue Press, 2011). For four years she was the Associate Editor of the Denver Quarterly, She currently co-edits Marcel Press with Eric Baus. She has recently taught Creative Writing in Naropa's MFA program.
Katherine Hastings is the author of Cloud Fire with souten duyvil press. Her poems have been published widely in journals and anthologies, and her chapbooks include Fog and Light with Ahadada Press and Updraft with Finishing Line Press. She is the host of WordTemple on NPR affiliate KRCB FM and curator of Word Temple Poetry series in Sonoma County.
For more information, visit www.sonoma.edu/english/writers.
Pictured: Katherine Hastings