Poet Craig Paulenich (L) Fiction writer James Winter (R)
Join us on Zoom and Facebook Live for a First Wednesday Series reading by Craig Paulenich & James Winter. Wednesday November 4 at 7:00 PM EST. Co-hosted by Cassandra Lawton. Special invitation to students, graduates & faculty of the Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts. Open mic to follow. Register here to attend on Zoom.
Craig Paulenich is the author of three books of poetry, Drift of the Hunt (Nobodaddies Press, 2006), Blood Will Tell (BlazeVOX [books], 2009), and Old Brown (Bottom Dog Press, 2018), and editor (with Kent Johnson) of Beneath A Single Moon: Buddhism in Contemporary American Poetry (Shambhala Press, 1991). He is a co-founder of the Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts program (NEOMFA) and Professor Emeritus at Kent State University-Salem.
James Winter is an Associate Professor of English at Kent State University. His work has won the CRAFT Short Fiction Prize, a Pushcart Special Mention, an Honorable Mention for the J.F. Powers Prize, and was a finalist for the Frank McCourt Memoir Prize. He has been a Tennessee Williams Scholar in Fiction at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and published in One Story, Salamander, PANK Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, and Dappled Things, among others.