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Thanks so much to Steve Henn for visiting Kelcey Parker Ervick’s A190 and W206 classes today! He read some poems and showed some of his kids’ awesome illustrations from his new Wolfson Press book, Indiana Noble Sad Man of the Year.

Here he is showing off his poetry tour t-shirt: 

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 Thanks to everyone who came out to hear Marnie Galloway and Scott Roberts talk about their comic art! It was an inspiring event and a great crowd!  
    
   

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Wolfson Press Poetry News

One of the Wolfson Press poets (and an IUSB graduate), Steve Henn, has a poem coming out in *Rattle* as part of their “Poets Respond” series.
He is one of two winners of this weekly contest, and his poem appears today, the morning after the presidential debate. The contest focuses on poetic responses to current events:

http://www.rattle.com/making-sense-of-this-election-by-steve-henn/

Steve’s third book is forthcoming from Wolfson Press. It’s called Indiana Noble Sad Man of the Year.

Book description:

These poems, a series of snapshots in the life of Steve Henn’s poetry alter ego, “Steve Henn,” collectively capture not just a moment, but a whole history of teaching, parenting, walking around town, getting a canned ham as a Christmas bonus, shooing away door to door solicitors, crushing on a first grade classmate, and wrestling with the world of social media. The book, dedicated to Henn’s four children, includes artwork by each of his kids. By the end of the collection you too may understand why Steve Henn is Indiana Noble Sad Man of the Year.

 

 

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42 Miles Press Book Release

TRACEY KNAPP reads from MOUTH

Thursday, Oct 22 at 7:30 pm
3rd Floor Bridge, Wiekamp Hall, IUSB

book sales and signing to follow
free and open to the public

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Tracey Knapp is the author of Mouth, winner of the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award in 2014. She has received scholarships from the Tin House Writers’ Workshop and the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fund. Her work has appeared in Best New Poets 2008 and 2010, Five Points, Red Wheelbarrow Review, The New Ohio Review, The Minnesota Review, The Carolina Quarterly and elsewhere. She lives in San Francisco. Find her at traceyknapp.com

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This Wednesday at Notre Dame and Thursday at IUSB.
Both events free and open to the public.

WINESBURG, INDIANA book release
featuring MICHAEL MARTONE, VALERIE SAYERS, JOYELLE MCSWEENEY,
& KELCEY ERVICK PARKER

winesburg

Wed. Oct 7 at 7:30 Notre Dame Hammes Bookstore
Thurs. Oct 8 at 7:30 at IUSB on the 3rd Floor Bridge of Wiekamp Hallbook sales and signing to follow

free and open to the public

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