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Friday, October 20 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Two Roundtables: Writing With Humor In The Face of Sorrow & Lyric Writing and White Supremacy

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Two rountable discussins in prose and poetry. 

Moderators
avatar for Prageeta Sharma

Prageeta Sharma

Professor/President of Thinking Its Presence, University of Montana
Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Her collections of poetry include Bliss to Fill (2000), The Opening Question (2004), which won the Fence Modern Poets Prize, Infamous Landscapes (2007), and Undergloom (2013). | | Sharma’s honors and awards include a Howar... Read More →
avatar for Dorothy Wang

Dorothy Wang

Associate Professor, Williams College
Dorothy Wang's  monograph Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry (Stanford University Press, 2013) received the Association for Asian American Studies' award for best book of literary criticism in 2016 and made The New Yorker's list of "The Books We Loved in 2016"; it also garnered honorable mention in the Poetry Foundation's first Pegasus Awards for Criticism (2014). Wang gave the 2015 Leslie Scalapino Lecture in Innovative Poetics at Naropa... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Julie Iromuanya

Julie Iromuanya

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
JULIE IROMUANYA is the author of Mr. and Mrs. Doctor (Coffee House Press), a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award, the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction, the Etisalat Prize for Literature, and the National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Prize for Debut Fiction. Her scholarly-critical work is forthcoming in Meridians, Callaloo, and Afropolitan Literature as World Literature. She was the inaugural Herbert W. Martin Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Dayton. She has also been a Jane Tinkham Broughton Fellow in Fiction at Bread Loaf Writers Conference, a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers Conference, a Bread Loaf Bakeless / Camargo France Fellow, a Brown Foundation Fellow at the Dora Maar House, and a Jan Michalski Fellow at... Read More →
avatar for Jess Row

Jess Row

Jess Row is the author of the novel Your Face in Mine (2014) and two collections of short stories, Nobody Ever Gets Lost (2011) and The Train to Lo Wu (2005). His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Granta, Tin House, and many other venues, and he's a frequent c... Read More →
avatar for Prageeta Sharma

Prageeta Sharma

Professor/President of Thinking Its Presence, University of Montana
Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Her collections of poetry include Bliss to Fill (2000), The Opening Question (2004), which won the Fence Modern Poets Prize, Infamous Landscapes (2007), and Undergloom (2013). | | Sharma’s honors and awards include a Howar... Read More →
avatar for Dorothy Wang

Dorothy Wang

Associate Professor, Williams College
Dorothy Wang's  monograph Thinking Its Presence: Form, Race, and Subjectivity in Contemporary Asian American Poetry (Stanford University Press, 2013) received the Association for Asian American Studies' award for best book of literary criticism in 2016 and made The New Yorker's list of "The Books We Loved in 2016"; it also garnered honorable mention in the Poetry Foundation's first Pegasus Awards for Criticism (2014). Wang gave the 2015 Leslie Scalapino Lecture in Innovative Poetics at Naropa... Read More →


Friday October 20, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Poetry Center Conference Room 207 Poetry Center

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