Poetry International First Annual Publishing and Literary Fair

Please join Poetry International, San Diego State University’s critically acclaimed poetry journal, as we celebrate our 15th year of publication with the inaugural POETRY INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL PUBLISHING FAIR. Made possible through generous funding from  Poets & Writers AND Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series.

MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2012

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY

2:30 PM: Q&A Session PhD Programs and Opportunities Abroad w/Martin Woodside
(open to MA and MFA Students)
Adams Humanities Rm. 2134  

3-7 PM: Publishing Fair
Love Library Rm. 430/431

Participating organizations will include: Cooper Dillon Books, Calypso Editions, Pacific Review, Poetry International, Fiction International, Alchemy: A Journal of Literary Translation, California Journal of Poetics, Writers Ink Literary Center, Acorn Review, Red Hen Press, City Works Press, San Diego JCC Literary Series, Puma Press, Museum of Living Artist Literary Series, Black Crow Reading Series, Cider Press Review, Denver Publishing Institute, Border Voices Poetry Project Anthology, San Diego Poetry Annual / Garden Oak Press, Haiku San Diego Anthology & Haiku Society of America Anthology

4 PM: Panel Discussion hosted by Jenny Minniti-Shippey, Managing Editor, Poetry International
Love Library Rm. 430/431

Martin Woodside is a former Fulbright Fellow in Poetry to Romania currently pursuing his PhD in Children’s literature in New Jersey. He is the author and editor of the critically acclaimed anthology of Romanian poetry, Of Gentle Wolves.

Tony Bonds (Calypso Editions) is an editor, book designer and publisher currently living in San Diego. He is the author of Moonflower King.

Elizabeth Myhr is the founding editor of Calypso Editions, managing editor of Marick Press, and has served as an editor of Raven Chronicles. Her new book, The Vanishings & Other Poems, was listed by Christianity Today as one of their two Best Books of the Year selections for 2011.

Chris Baron is a professor at City College of San Diego and an editor for City Works Press. He has served on the board of Border Voices Poetry Project and contributes to a variety of other literary activities in San Diego. His poetry is widely published.

7PM: Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series Presents: a fiction and poetry reading by all panelists.
Love Library Rm. 430/431

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