Our February reading will be worth the cold car! We will kick off with two seasoned authors, and then welcome student writers published in CROW: Compose, a Review of Writing, from YSU’s composition program.
Wednesday February 3, 7:00, downtown at Suzie’s Dogs & Drafts, 32 N. Phelps St. Free parking in the lot behind the Voinovich Building, corner of Hazel and Commerce.
He has published three collections of poems, Fathom (WordTech Press, 2007), Weal (Ashland, 2000), and Forged Correspondences (New Myths, 1996), which was chosen for Ploughshares “Editor’s Shelf” by Maxine Kumin. He has also published a memoir, To Prove My Blood: A Tale of Emigrations & the Afterlife (Ashland, 2003). His poetry and fiction have appeared in over fifty journals in the United States and Ireland, including: The Literary Review, Hotel Amerika, The American Literary Review, The Graham House Review, The Belfast Literary Supplement, and Poetry Review.
Brady holds a Ph.D. from Binghamton University. He has taught at University College Cork in Ireland, as a Peace Corps Volunteer at the National University of Zaire, and in the Semester at Sea Program. Currently, he is a Distinguished Professor of English at Youngstown State University. He is also the co-founder and Executive Director for Etruscan Press, and he plays in the New-Celtic band, Brady’s Leap.
We welcome these students to the stage, to read their essays.
Charin George “The Foodie”
Andrew Cruickshank “Probability of Resolving Nutrition Problems Among Youth in Schools”
Stephen Vidman “Stem Cell Research: The Policies and Potential”
Pedro Morales “Awake”
Michael Kosonovinich “Untitled”
Erin Collins “Untitled”
Savannah Campbell “Untitled”
Amy Allen “Mandatory GMO Labeling”
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