Due to COVID-19, the Spring 2021 Visiting Writers Series will take place via Zoom.
Announcements will be posted to faculty and staff ZHDLists, on the WickWire, and on Hartlink. Participants’ mics will be muted upon entrance and the chat channel will be closed until the Q&A following each reading.
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 7 p.m.
Brendan Walsh has lived and taught in South Korea, Laos, and South Florida. He graduated from Hartwick College in 2010 with a degree in English-Creative Writing. His work has recently appeared in Rattle, Glass Poetry, Indianapolis Review, American Literary Review, minnesota review, and other journals. He is the author of five books and chapbooks of poetry, including Go (Aldrich Press, 2016), Buddha vs. Bonobo (Sutra Press, 2017), and fort lauderdale (Grey Book Press, 2019). His next collection, concussion fragment, is forthcoming from NightBallet Press in 2020.
C. L. Clark
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at 7 p.m.
C.L. Clark is the author of The Unbroken (Orbit, 2021), the first book in the Magic of the Lost trilogy. She graduated from Indiana University’s creative writing MFA and was a 2012 Lambda Literary Fellow. She’s been a personal trainer, an English teacher, and an editor, and is some combination thereof as she travels the world. When she’s not writing or working, she’s learning languages, doing P90something, or reading about war and (post-)colonial history. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in FIYAH, PodCastle, Uncanny, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
If you missed an invitation, need the Zoom link, or want more information, please contact Assistant Professor of English Bradley J. Fest at email@example.com or 607-431-4921.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Shena McAuliffe’s debut novel, The Good Echo (Black Lawrence Press, 2018), won the Big Moose Prize and the Balcones Fiction Prize. Her essay collection, Glass, Light, Electricity, winner of the Permafrost Prize in nonfiction, is forthcoming from the University of Alaska Press in February 2020. She holds an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis and a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Utah. She grew up in Wisconsin and Colorado, and now lives in Schenectady, New York, where she is an assistant professor of fiction at Union College.