Poetry Reading via ZOOM: Three Fierce Women (Registration)

Saturday, January 16

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Come to an early evening poetry reading on Zoom to hear three poets – Anne Graue, Sheilla Squillante, and Alison Woods – celebrate the publication of their new books of poetry.

  • Anne Graue is the author of Fig Tree in Winter (Dancing Girl Press, 2017) and has poetry in SWWIM Every Day, Rivet Journal, Mom Egg Review, Into the Void, and in numerous print anthologies. Her reviews of poetry collections have been published in Glass: A Journal of Poetry, The Rupture, Whale Road Review, Green Mountains Review, and The Rumpus. Her collection, Full and Plum-Colored Velvet is forthcoming in 2020 from Woodley Press
  • Sheila Squillante is the author of two poetry collections, Mostly Human, winner of the 2020 Wicked Woman Book Prize from BrickHouse Books and Beautiful Nerve, as well as three chapbooks of poetry: In This Dream of My Father, Women Who Pawn Their Jewelry and A Woman Traces the Shoreline. She is also co-author, along with Sandra L. Faulkner, of the writing craft book, Writing the Personal: Getting Your Stories Onto the Page. She directs the MFA program in creative writing at Chatham University, where she is Executive Editor of The Fourth River, a journal of nature and place-based writing. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA, with her family.
  • Alison Woods was born and raised in New York City. Her poems have appeared in literary journals including The Formalist, The National Poetry Review, Onthebus, The Paris Review, Poetry East, Rattapallax, and others. She has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize twice, and was a finalist in the Lyric Recovery Festival at Carnegie Hall. Her chapbook, Dark Forest, won the New Women’s Voices Chapbook Competition (Finishing Line Press, 2011). Woods’ earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Columbia University in New York City. She currently lives in Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Register with dobref@wlsmail.org to get the Zoom link – please indicate you are registering for this program in the email.