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Monsters of Poetry Reading - Adam Fell, Kara Candito, Christopher Mohar - <span class="date-display-single">10/18/2013 - 6:30pm</span>

Monsters of Poetry Reading

10/18/2013 - 6:30pm

Central Library - Bubbler

Monsters of Poetry Reading Series curators Kara Candito, Christopher Mohar, and Adam Fell will be stepping up to the mic to read from their work.  Monsters of Poetry is a reading series held six times a year in Madison featuring poets, fiction, and non-fiction writers of many different stylistic species from all over the country.

Adam Fell

About Presenter Adam Fell

 

Adam Fell is the author of DEAR CORPORATION, forthcoming in Fall 2013 from H_NGM_N Books. His first book of poetry is I AM NOT A PIONEER, winner of the 2011 Posner Book Award from the WI Council of Writers.  He is a graduate of UW-Madison & the Iowa Writers’ Workshop & teaches at Edgewood College in Madison, WI, where he also co-curates the Monsters of Poetry Reading Series.

RECENT BOOK:

I Am Not A Pioneer

Kara Candito

About Presenter Kara Candito

 

Kara Candito is the author of Taste of Cherry, winner of the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry and Spectator, winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize. Her work has been published in such journals as The Kenyon ReviewGulf Coast, The RumpusIndiana Review, and AGNI. A recipient of scholarships and awards from the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the MacDowell Colony, the Council for Wisconsin Writers, and the Santa Fe Arts Institute, Candito is a creative writing professor at the University of Wisconsin, Platteville and a co-curator of the Monsters of Poetry reading series in Madison, WI.

RECENT BOOK:

Spectator

Christopher Mohar

About Presenter Christopher Mohar

 

Christopher Mohar is the founding editor of Colony Collapse Press, an independent publisher of novella-length books, and has been the recipient of a Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing fellowship. Christopher has taught writing at two UWs (Seattle and Madison) and in a men's correctional facility, and in past lives has been a metallurgical engineer, a busboy, and a legal assistant’s assistant. Some of his recent work can be found in Creative Nonfiction, LIT, The Journal, The Southwest Review, Gastronomica, and New Stories from the Midwest - 2012.


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