Holly Guran, Wendy Drexler, Susan Donnelly: Suffolk Poetry Center Reading on October 4, 7 p.m.

Please join us for a poetry reading featuring Susan Donnelly, Wendy Drexler, and Holly Guran reading new and recent work, on Wednesday, October 4, 7 p.m., at the Suffolk University Poetry Center/73 Tremont Street/Mildred F. Sawyer Library, 3rd floor The Mildred F. Sawyer Library is located near the Park Street T stop and the Boston Common Parking Garage; library entrance around corner on Tremont Place)

The reading is free and open to the public.

Susan Donnelly’s newest publication is The Path of Thunder, a chapbook of poems about race in America (Červená Barva Press).  The author of Morse Prize winner Eve Names the Animals, she has published two books with Iris Press, Transit and Capture the Flag, and four other chapbooks.  Susan's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Ireland Review and many other journals, as well as in anthologies, textbooks, and on websites.  She teaches poetry in classes and individual consultations from her home in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Wendy Drexler’s third poetry collection, Before There Was Before, was published by Iris Press in March 2017. Her poems have appeared in Barrow Street, Ibbetson Street, Nimrod, Prairie Schooner, Salamander, Solstice, The Mid-American Review, The Hudson Review, The Worcester Review, and the Valparaiso Poetry Review, among others. A three-time Pushcart-Prize nominee, she’s currently in training to be certified as a poet-in-residence in the Boston public schools.

Holly Guran, author of River of Bones and the chapbooks River Tracks and Mothers' Trails, earned a Massachusetts Cultural Council award, and is a member of Jamaica Pond Poets. Her work has appeared in journals including Poet Lore, Poetry East, Hawai'i Pacific Review, Borderlands, Worcester Review, and Salamander.  Holly resides in Boston with her husband, Phil, and their dog, Ginger.

(Photo at right of Wendy Drexler by Debi Milligan.)

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