Continuing our 100th Anniversary Year Celebration, we're pleased to be offering a virtual reading and workshop conducted by poet Stan Rubin, followed by an Open Mic.
Stan Rubin is a former director of the SUNY Brockport Writers Forum and Video Library, as well as an editor of the prestigious State Street Press founded by Judith Kitchen. He and Kitchen would later co-found he Rainier Writing Workshop Low Residency MFA at Pacific Lutheran University.
He's has taught workshops and poetry on every level, from Poetry in the Schools to graduate and undergraduate university programs as well as in the community. He is a self-described poetry junkie.
His fourth full collection, There. Here (2013), was published by Lost Horse Press, his third, Hidden Sequel (2006), won the Barrow Street Poetry Book Prize.
His poems have appeared widely in magazines including Agni, The Georgia Review, Poetry Northwest, Kenyon Review, Florida Review, Iowa Review, One, and many others, plus two recent anthologies, the 25th Anniversary Issue of Atlanta Review, and For Love of Orca, a Nautilus Book Award winner. He received the 2018 Vi Gale Award from Hubbub.
He lives on the North Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, where he writes annual essay reviews of poetry for Water-Stone Review out of Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The ID for the Reading is 791 7457 2720
Here is a direct link to launch the Zoom event: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/79174572720