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Joe Milford hosts amazing poets and poetry shows once a week--prepared to be astonished and amazed.

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Cathy Wagner, a poet, was born in Burma and grew up in Baltimore. She is the author of three books, My New Job (Fence, 2009), Macular Hole (Fence, 2004) and Miss America (Fence, 2001). She has taught creative writing at... more

David Gewanter is author of three poetry books: War Bird (2009); The Sleep of Reason (Chicago, 2003), finalist for the James Laughlin prize; and In the Belly (Chicago, 1997), awarded the John Zacharis First Book award. He is co-editor,... more

Poet, Genius, Novelist.

Rusty Morrison's After Urgency won Tupelo’s Dorset Prize (forthcoming in 2012). Her book the true keeps calm biding its story won Academy of American Poet’s James Laughlin Award, the Northern California Book Award, Ahsahta’s... more

Chase Twichell was born in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1950. She received a bachelor's degree from Trinity College (Hartford) in 1973 and earned an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa in 1976. Her books of poetry include Horses Where... more

Matt Hart was born in Evansville, Indiana in 1969. He earned a degree in Philosophy from Ball State University and an MFA in Poetry from The Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers. His first book Who’s Who Vivid was... more

Matthew Lippman's newest collection, MONKEY BARS, is published by Typecast Publishing, based in Louisville, KY. His first collection, THE NEW YEAR OF YELLOW, is published by Sarabande Books and won the Kathryn A. Morton... more

Untold: A History of the Wives of Prophet Muhammad demystifies the most influential women present at the dawn of Islam and introduces us to Muhammad’s wives. Here they are in all their variety, among them a successful merchant, the... more

Richard Monaco is author of "Parsival or a Knight's Tale" and "The Final Quest," both of which were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

James Richardson’s main collections are Reservations (1977), Second Guesses (1984), As If (1992), How Things Are (2000), the “cult favorite” Vectors: Aphorisms and Ten-Second Essays (2001), and Interglacial: New and Selected Poems... more
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