New Book News! We celebrate Rick Bursky, John Gallaher and Elizabeth Powell and their new poetry collections, published during lock-down. Join us on Lit Youngstown YouTube for a live reading and conversation, Sunday, October 11, 2020 at 3 PM – 4 PM EST.
Rick Bursky is an adjunct at USC and occasionally teaches poetry for UCLA Extension Writers’ Program. He is the author of I’m No Longer Troubled by the Extravagance, also with BOA Editions (2015), Death Obscura with Sarabande Books (2010), and The Soup of Something Missing with Bear Star Press (2004).
John Gallaher is the author of five collections of poetry, and co-author of two. He is the co-editor of the Laurel Review and lives in rural Missouri.
Elizabeth Powell is the author of three books of poems, most recently, ATOMIZER. Her novel Concerning the Holy Ghost’s Interpretation of JCREW Catalogues was published in 2019. She is Professor of Writing and Literature at Northern Vermont University.
Congratulations to these poets on the publication of their new books! Join us on Lit Youngstown’s YouTube Channel for a live reading Sunday, September 20 at 7:00 pm EST.
Cathryn Essinger is the author of four books of poetry, A Desk in the Elephant House, My Dog Does Not Read Plato, What I Know About Innocence, and this new book—The Apricot and the Moon. Her poems have been nominated for Pushcarts and “Best of the Net,” featured on The Writer’s Almanac and in American Life in Poetry.