Writers at Sonoma Fall 2015 Season

SSU’s annual literary reading series, Writers at Sonoma brings nationally and internationally known writers to campus and the larger community.  All readings are free and open to the public.

Writers at Sonoma Presents
Readings with poets Lisa Fishman and Richard Meier

7:30 pm  Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center, SSU
Free and Open to the Public


Lisa Fishman’s most recent book is 24 Pages and other poems (Wave Books, 2015). She is also author of FLOWER CART; The Happiness Experiment; Dear, Read (all Ahsahta Press) and others. She lives in Orfordville, Wisconsin.


Richard Meier is the author of three books of poetry, Terrain Vague (Verse Press) and Shelley Gave Jane a Guitar (Wave Books), and, most recently, In the Pure Block of the Whole Imaginary (Omnidawn). He is writer-in-residence at Cathage College and lives in Madison and Chicago.



This is a GMC “free-ticketed event." Tickets are available:

More Information

Writers at Sonoma is supported by the Nadenia Newkirk Writers Foundation, Instructionally Related Activities, Zaum and Volt literary magazines, and the Department of English.

For further information about the series, contact Gillian Conoley, 707-664-3919.