Good Evening

I’m reading with Tatiana Uhoch and Brian Mornar tomorrow at the Mess Hall–here’s the info:

the G O O D

E V E N I N G readingseries

presents:

ABI STOKES,

TATIANA M. UHOCH,

&

BRIAN MORNAR

Friday, March 11, 2011

7:00-7:30p.m.
Open Mic
7:45p.m.
Feature

B Y O B

Books will be available for sale at this event—cash only.

M E S S H A L L
6932 N. Glenwood Ave.
in Rogers Park

A B I S T O K E S is a poet, a naturalist, and a complete science nerd. Her work often calls upon scientific concepts in order to explore human experiences and tendencies. She is set to receive a BA in Poetry with a minor in Environmental Studies at Columbia College Chicago this May. She plans to return to Portland, Oregon to wander around some forest looking for spotted moths, trillium, and other specimens to pore over in her writing. Her work may be found in Columbia Poetry Review no. 22, Eleven Eleven issue 7, on walls and the web, and elsewhere.

T A T I A N A M U H O C H is an MFA candidate in Nonfiction at Columbia College Chicago, where she is an instructor, the coordinator of the Tutor Mentorship Program at the Learning Studio, and a Follett Fellow. She is the former coordinator of URI’s Ocean State Summer Writing Conference, and misses the ocean in ways she cannot yet put on paper.

B R I A N M O R N A R is a PhD candidate in English/Poetics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Repatterning was published by Punch Press in 2007 and Three American Letters was published by Little Red Leaves in 2010. Recent work can be found in O Sweet Flowery Roses and work is forthcoming in American Letters & Commentary. He teaches at Columbia College in Chicago and works at the D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies at The Newberry Library.

Contact curators Nicole Wilson & Kelly Forsythe with questions, suggestions, or reading interest at chitown[dot]poetry[at]gmail[dot]com.

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About abi nighthill

Abi has a BA in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago.
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