Thursday, April 9, 2009

James Hoch, Donna Masini, and Robert Ostrom

Thursday, April 9th @ 7:00pm

James Hoch’s most recent collection of poems, MISCREANTS, was published by W.W. Norton and Co. His poems have appeared in Slate, Virginia Quarterly Review, New England Review, Ninth Letter, Pleiades, Black Warrior, Gettysburg, Five Fingers, and other magazines. His first book, A PARADE OF HANDS, won the Gerald Cable Book Award, and he was recently awarded a National Endowment for the Arts grant. Hoch teaches at Ramapo College and splits his time between New Jersey and Seattle, Washington.

Donna Masini is the author of two collections of poems—TURNING TO FICTION ( W.W. Norton and Co. 2004), and THAT KIND OF DANGER (Beacon Press, 1994), which was selected by Mona Van Duyn to win the Barnard Women Poet's Prize—and a novel, ABOUT YVONNE, (WW Norton and Co. 1998). Her poems have appeared in journals and anthologies including American Poetry Review, Open City, TriQuarterly, the Paris Review, KGB BAR Book of Poems, Parnassus, Boulevard, and Lyric. She is an Associate Professor of English at Hunter College where she teaches in the MFA Creative Writing program. She lives in New York City and is currently at work on a novel.

Rob Ostrom’s chapbook, TO SHOW THE LIVING, was published by the New York Center for Book Arts. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in 42Opus, Glitterpony, Drunken Boat, The Helen Burns Poetry Anthology, and elsewhere. He is from Jamestown, NY and lives in

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