Launch Reading: Able Muse, print editions, number 30, Winter 2022/23 - Free Admission for All

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Able Muse, winter 2022/2023 launch reading
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Date: Saturday, February 18, 3-5 P.M. EDT

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Brian Culhane

Genre: Poetry
(click to enlarge) Photo Credit: Michael Ito Edmonson

Brian Culhane’s The King’s Question (Graywolf Press, 2008) won the Poetry Foundation’s Emily Dickinson Award for a first book by an author over fifty. His poems have appeared widely in such journals as the Hudson Review, the New Criterion, the New Republic, and the Paris Review. After getting his MFA at Columbia University, he received a PhD in English literature from the University of Washington, where he focused on epic literature and the history of criticism. The recipient of fellowships from Washington State’s Artist Trust, MacDowell, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, he now divides his time between New York’s Catskills and Seattle.

Books by This Author: 
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Remembering Lethe - Poems
By Brian Culhane
Remembering Lethe - Poems by Brian Culhane

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