By dbanach - Posted on 06 February 2018

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Other Voices Poetry Series Spring 2018 Saint Anselm College

Save the Dates! We have three exciting poets coming this Semester in the Other Voices Diversity Initiative Series.

Each event will have an afternoon workshop, a dinner with the poet, and an evening reading.
Slots for the workshop and dinner are limited. You can RSVP and register at the links below.

 

Thursday, March 1   Hannah Larrabee.  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in Perini 

Wednesday March 21: Chen Chen.  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in NHIOP West Wing 

Wednesday April 4: Natalie Shapero.  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in NHIOP West Wing




Thursday, March 1   Hannah Larrabee  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in Perini

Sponsored by Other Voices Diversity Initiative, Lucubrations, Philosophy Department, and Conversatio

Hannah Larrabee is the author of Murmuration (Seven Kitchens Press, 2017), Sufjan
(Finishing Line Press, 2017), and
Virgo (Finishing Line Press, 2009). Her poetry is inspired by the beauty
revealed by science and its intersections with human meaning. She writes about
astronomy, birds, fossils,
ecology, natural forms, ancient Egypt, art, and theology, and relates all of these to the magic of  human
experiences of love and beauty.
 She was recently chosen by NASA to add her work to the artists project
associated with the 2018 launch of the  James Webb Space Telescope. She’s had poems appear in

Rock & Sling, Lambda Literary Spotlight, The Fourth River, HOUSEGUEST, Printer’s Devil Review
,
among others. Hannah teaches writing and works for a software company in Boston. She has a Master of Fine
Arts degree in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire.

https://jwst.nasa.gov/jwstArt/
http://www.hannahlarrabee.com/poetry.html

March 1 Hannah Larrabee Workshop and Dinner Registration
https://goo.gl/forms/rUfoCLMusiRKBR2D2

Wednesday March 21: Chen Chen  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in NHIP West Wing
Sponsored by Other Voices Diversity Initiative, Lucubrations, Philosophy Department, and Conversatio

Chen Chen is a Chinese-American gay poet and author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities,
which won the A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize, the GLCA New Writers Award, and was longlisted for the National Book
Award. The collection has been named one of the best of 2017 by The Brooklyn Rail, Buzzfeed Books,Entropy,
and Library Journal. His work has appeared in Poetry, Tin House,The New York Times Magazine, Poem-a-Day,
Best of the Net, The Best American Poetry, Bettering American Poetry, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading.
Poets & Writers Magazine featured him in their Inspiration Issue as one of “Ten Poets Who Will Change the World.”
He has also been featured on the PBS Newshour, NPR, and Out.com.

https://www.pbs.org/newshour/arts/poetry/chen-chen-writing-poetry

https://www.npr.org/2017/02/08/513100833/poetry-to-pay-attention-to-a-preview-of-2017s-best-verse

http://chenchenwrites.com/possibilities


Chen Chen March 21 Workshop and Dinner Registration
https://goo.gl/forms/n7b7E6Y0iSJPNTKp1

Wednesday April 4: Natalie Shapero  Workshop at 3 in LLC  Reading at 7 in NHIP West Wing
Sponsored by Other Voices Diversity Initiative, Lucubrations, New Hampshire Institute of Politics,
Sociology Department, Philosophy Department.


Natalie Shapero is the author of the No Object (Saturnalia, 2013) and Hard Child (Copper Canyon Press, 2017).
Her writing has appeared in
The Believer, The New Republic, Poetry, The Progressive, and elsewhere, and she
is an editor at the
Kenyon Review.
Her latest project is an examination of the effects of capitalism on persons trapped within its effects through poems
that take on the voice of people such as employees of Walmart. Her poetry “invite[s] the reader to leap into
previously unconsidered lives and viewpoints while also recognizing in those lives and viewpoints certain elements of
human experience that are common to us all. Essentially, literature can argue for the humanity of each and every person.”


She earned a BA in Writing Seminars from the Johns Hopkins University, an MFA in Poetry from the Ohio State
University, and a JD from the University of Chicago. For the 2011-2012 year, Shapero served as the Steven Gey
Fellow with Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Shapero is Professor of the Practice of
Poetry at Tufts University.

https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/natalie-shapero

http://natalieshapero.com/reviews


Natalie Shapero April 4 Workshop and Dinner Registration
https://goo.gl/forms/T97mfGCHWAn2TxFI3

 

 

 

 

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