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A Portland Reading: PSU and PCC
December 2, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
The PSU Program in Creative Writing is pleased to announce a joint event with Portland Community College’s Carolyn Moore Writing Residency. This poetry reading will feature PSU poetry faculty member Consuelo Wise and PCC visiting poets Chad B. Anderson and Danny Thanh Nguyen.
Please note that Corporeal Writing requires masking and proof of Covid vaccination. This event is free and open to the public.
Chad B. Anderson has published fiction in Salamander Review, Black Warrior Review, Nimrod International Journal, The Best American Short Stories 2017, Clockhouse, and Burrow Press Review, and he has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. He has been a resident at the Ledig House International Writers’ Colony and was the Winter 2018-2019 writer-in-residence at the Kerouac House in Orlando. He is currently an acting managing editor for Callaloo: Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters and has served as guest editor for Burrow Press Review. Born and raised in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, he earned his B.A. from University of Virginia and his M.F.A. in creative writing from Indiana University, where he served as fiction editor for Indiana Review. He currently lives in Michigan.
Danny Thanh Nguyen’s short stories and personal essays have appeared in The Journal, South Dakota Review, Entropy, New Delta Review, Gulf Coast, and other magazines. He is editor of AS IS, an anthology of Vietnamese American art and literature, and has been awarded fellowships from Kundiman and Voices of Our Nation Foundation (VONA). Danny recently received an individual artist grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission for his collection of essays about parallel survivalism between Southeast Asian American refugee communities and queer leather communities in the post-AIDS epidemic era.
Consuelo Wise grew up in Northern California near the Mattole, Eel River and Sinkyone. Her first book, b o y, is forthcoming from Omnidawn in 2024.