Friday, February 1 at 6:30 pm, we have a Saint Ann's Review reading that you guys should totally come to:
reading poetry and prose.
Kirk Nesset is author of two books of short stories, Paradise Road (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2007) and Mr. Agreeable (forthcoming), as well as a nonfiction study, The Stories of Raymond Carver (Ohio University Press, 1995). His books of poems and translations are also soon to appear: St. X (Lewis Clark Press) and Alphabet of the World (University of Oklahoma Press). He was awarded the Drue Heinz literature award in 2007 and has received a Pushcart Prize and numerous grants from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. His stories, poems and translations have appeared in The Paris Review, Ploughshares, The Southern Review, The Kenyon Review, Agni, Gettysburg Review, The Sun, Fiction, Prairie Schooner, The Saint Ann's Review, and elsewhere. He teaches creative writing and literature at Allegheny College.
Minter Krotzer's prose has been published in The Saint Ann's Review, The Arkansas Review, Louisiana in Words, Upstreet, Night Train, Before and After: Stories from New York, and in the upcoming collection, God Stories. She has taught creative writing at International House in New York, in the New York City public schools and privately in Philadelphia, where she now lives. Minter has received creative writing fellowships
from the New School, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Bennington College.
Beth Bosworth is author of A Burden of Earth and Other Stories (Hanging Loose Press, 1995) and of the novel, Tunneling (Crown Publishers, Shaye Areheart Books, 2003). Her stories and essays have appeared in Guernica, The Seneca Review, The Kenyon Review, The Forward, The Manhattan Review, and elsewhere. She has taught writing and English at The New School, CUNY and for many years at Saint Ann's School, where
she edits The Saint Ann's Review.
Sara Femenella's poetry has appeared in MiPoesias.com, milk, and The Saint Ann's Review. She is assistant editor of The Saint Ann's Review and is currently completing an M.F.A. in poetry at Columbia University.