David Lloyd, David Woo & Martha Ronk

Join us for a night of poetry from David LloydMartha Ronk, and David Woo. The authors will be reading from their latest releases as well as selected works.

Doors open at 6:30pm. The reading begins at 7pm.

About the authors:

David Lloyd is a poet, playwright, and critic. Among his many publications are Arc & Sill: Poems 1979–2009 (Shearsman 2012) and The Harm Fields (Georgia Review Books, 2022). A chapbook, terra terra, appeared with Magra Books in May 2022 and other recent work is in Firmament. His play, The Press/Le Placard, is available in a bilingual edition from Presses Universitaires du Midi. He is also the editor of editor of Alfred Arteaga’s Xicancuicatl: Collected Poems (Wesleyan University Press, 2020) and his most recent critical book is Counterpoetics of Modernity: On Irish Poetry and Modernism (Edinburgh University Press, 2022).

David Woo is the author of two books, Divine Fire, selected by the Book Club of The Washington Post as one of the best poetry books of 2021, and The Eclipses, winner of the A. Poulin, Jr., Poetry Prize. His poetry and criticism have appeared in The New Yorker, the Poetry Foundation's Harriet Books, The New Republic, The Threepenny Review, and elsewhere. He was recently elected to the board of the National Book Critics Circle. He lives in Phoenix.

Martha Ronk has published 13 books of poetry, most recently The Place One Is from Omnidawn, 2022, eco-poetry, The Myth of Ariadne, Parlor Press, 2022 on De Chirico’s paintings, and Silences, Omnidawn—ekphrastic poems.Transfer of Qualities was long-listed for the National Poetry Award; Vertigo was a National Poetry Series selection. Glass Grapes, short stories, was published by BOA Editions; and her ironic memoir, Displeasures of the Table, by Green Integer. Her work has been included in several anthologies including the Wesleyan anthology,American Poets in the 21st Century.

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