Please join us for the next reading of Triangle Quarterly--a series dedicated to exploring diverse styles and genres of poetry, curated and hosted by Anton Yakovlev.
Each reading features 3 poets writing in distinctly different modes. After the readings the 3 poets assemble onstage for a Q&A and a discussion where they react to each other's work!
The readers for the evening are: Fred Marchant, Anna Halberstadt, Steve Luttrell.
Fred Marchant is the author of five books of poetry, the most recent of which is Said Not Said (2017). Earlier books include The Looking House, Full Moon Boat, and House on Water, House in Air. His first book, Tipping Point, won the 1993 Washington Prize, and was reissued in a 20th anniversary second edition. Marchant has translated works by Vietnamese poets Tran Dang Khoa and Vo Que. He has also edited Another World Instead: The Early Poems of William Stafford. He is the founding director of the Suffolk University Poetry Center in Boston and a longtime teaching affiliate of the William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences at UMass Boston. He is a 2009 recipient of the New England Poetry Club's May Sarton Award, given to poets "whose work is an inspiration to other writers."
Anna Halberstadt writes poetry in English and Russian and translates from English, Russian and Lithuanian. Her poetry has been published in Atlanta Review, Amarillo Bay, Literary Imagination (Oxford Journals), Cimarron Review and over 50 other journals and anthologies in English, Russian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian. She is the author of four poetry collections: Vilnius Diary, Transit, Green in the Landscape with Ashes, and two collections of poetry translated by her into the Russian: Selected Selected by Eileen Myles and Nocturnal Fire by Edward Hirsch. She was a winner of the International Merit Award in Poetry 2016 International Poetry Competition in Atlanta review. She was awarded a Poetry prize 2016 for a group of poems in Russian by Children of Ra journal.
Steve Luttrell is an internationally recognized Poet and Publisher. He is the founding editor of The Café Review, an award winning art and poetry journal, published in Portland, Maine since 1989. He is also the author of five published collections of poetry. The latest, Plumb Line, is published by North Atlantic Books (Berkeley, Ca.) in 2015.
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