2022 Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing Fellows Reading
Presented in partnership with the Program in Creative Writing, poetry and fiction from the 2021-22 Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing Fellows. This event will feature the work of Adrienne Chung, K. Iver, Itiola Jones, Claire Luchette, Shaina Phenix, and Alberto Reyes Morgan. This in-person event will also have a live stream option. Join the event online at: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/wbf-2022-fellows. Before the event begins, you will see a countdown and the event image.
Adrienne Chung is a writer from Northern California. Her work has been supported by the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference and has been published or is forthcoming in The Yale Review, Joyland, Recliner, the Washington Square Review, and others. She is the 2021–2022 Hoffman-Halls Emerging Artist Fellow.
Itiola Jones is an American Nigerian poet and music journalist. She is a Graduate Fellow with The Watering Hole and holds fellowships from Callaloo, BOAAT Writer’s Retreat (pronounced "Boat"), and Brooklyn Poets. Her works have appeared or are forthcoming in Guernica, Washington Square Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Hobart Pulp, The Rumpus, The Offing, Shade Literary Arts, Blood Orange Review and elsewhere. Her work was chosen by Khadijah Queen as a finalist for the 2020 Sublingua Prize for Poetry.
K. Iver is a nonbinary trans poet born in Mississippi. They are the 2021-2022 Ronald Wallace Poetry Fellow for the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. Their work has appeared or is forthcoming in Boston Review, Gulf Coast, Puerto del Sol, Salt Hill, The Adroit, TriQuarterly, and elsewhere. They are the recipient of the 2022 Helene Wurlitzer Residency Grant. They have a Ph.D. in Poetry from Florida State University.
Claire Luchette is the author of the novel Agatha of Little Neon and a National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 honoree. They are the recipient of fellowships and support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Public Library's Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, the Elizabeth George Foundation, Yaddo, and MacDowell. They are the 2021-2022 James C. McCreight Fiction Fellow at the University of Wisconsin.