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Saturday, March 16, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Expired)
Kalamazoo Book Arts Center
326 W Kalamazoo Ave, Ste. 103A
Kalamazoo, MI 49007 (269) 373-4938
Cost: FREE
Contact & More Info
Email: info@kalbookarts.org
Phone: (269) 373-4938

Marcus Jackson was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. After earning his BA at the University of Toledo, he continued his poetry studies in NYU's graduate creative writing program and as a Cave Canem fellow. His poems have appeared in The American Poetry ReviewThe New Yorker, and Tin House, among other publications. His chapbook, Rundown, was published by Aureole Press in 2009. His debut full-length collection of poems, entitled Neighborhood Register, was released in 2011, and his second book-length collection, Pardon My Heart, is forthcoming from TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press in 2018. Marcus lives with his wife and son in Columbus, Ohio and teaches in the MFA programs at Ohio State and Queens University of Charlotte.

Sara Henning is the author of two volumes of poetry, most recently View from True North, which won the 2017 Crab Orchard Poetry Open Prize, selected by Adrian Matejka, and will be published by Southern Illinois University Press in 2018. Her other collections include A Sweeter Water (Lavender Ink 2013), as well as two chapbooks, Garden Effigies (dancing girl press 2015) and To Speak of Dahlias (Finishing Line Press 2012). In 2015, she won the Crazyhorse Lynda Hull Memorial Poetry Prize, judged by Alberto Ríos. She has published poems in several journals and anthologies, most notably Quarterly West, Crab Orchard Review, Witness, Passages North, RHINO, Meridian, and the Cincinnati Review. She also has a record of publication in fiction and nonfiction, with flash fiction and lyrical essays published in journals such as Connotation Press, where she appeared as featured author for the September 2016 issue, and 4 PM Count, a journal associated with the Arts Endowment’s interagency initiative with Department of Justice’s Federal Bureau of Prisons in Yankton, South Dakota. Sara is a visiting assistant professor of English and Creative Writing at Stephen F. Austin State University.