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Thursday, April 23 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Lynne Viti Heather Corbally Bryant/Tavi Gonzalez/Pamela Taylor celebrate the Bard's Birthday with Poetry

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Four poets read from their new works, in celebration of William Shakespeare's 456th birthday.

Lynne Viti, is the author of Baltimore Girls (2017),and The Glamorganshire Bible (2018), and three micro-chapbooks: Punting, (2017), Dreaming Must be Done in the Daytime (2018), and In Louisburgh, County Mayo, Thinking of Dublin (2019. Her debut short story collection is entitled Going Too Fast, (2020) and her full-length poetry collection, Dancing at Lake Montebello, is forthcoming in November 2020.

Heather Corbally Bryant is the author of nine poetry collections. The most recent are
Leaving Santorini (2019, and Practicing Yoga in a Former Shoe Factory (2020)

Octavio (Tavi) Gonzalez is the author of The Book of Ours (2009), from University of Notre Dame, Momotombo Press and poems in the anthology Retrato íntimo de poetas dominicanos: Antología poética de la diáspora

Pamela Taylor, a Cave Canem Fellow (2012-2014). 's chapbook is entitled My Mother’s Child,(Hyacinth Girl Press, June 2015). Her blog, www.poetsdoublelife.com, is geared toward poets with non-literary careers.

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Lynne Viti

lecturer emerita, The Writing Program, Wellesley College
Lynne Viti, a lecturer emerita at Wellesley College, is the author of Dancing at Lake Montebello: Poems  (Apprentice House), and two poetry chapbooks: Baltimore Girls and The Glamorganshire Bible (Finishing Line). Her work has appeared in over 100 publications, including The Baltimore... Read More →
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Heather Corbally Bryant

Lecturer, Wellesley College
Heather Corbally Bryant teaches in the Writing Program at Wellesley College; previously she taught at Penn State University and Harvard College where she won awards for her teaching. She received her AB from Harvard and her PhD from the University of Michigan. Her first book, How... Read More →

Thursday April 23, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm EDT
Wellesley Books