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Jennifer Dorner, Ana Michalowsky, Matt Spohn
March 2, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Free Range Poetry presents
Jennifer Dorner, Ana Michalowsky, Matthew Spohn
Monday 2, 2020
2300 NW Thurman Street
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Please arrive early, capacity of room approximately 45 people
An open mic will precede featured poets.
Sign up for open mic begins at 5:30 pm
Open mic readers limited to two pages of material
Jennifer Dorner’s poetry has appeared in Chicago Quarterly Review, Clackamas Literary Review, Cloudbank, Sugar House Review, Timberline Review, The Inflectionist Review, Verseweavers and VoiceCatcher. Dorner was a finalist in the 2016 Ruth Stone Poetry Prize and a finalist for the 2018 Hedgebrook Writers in Residence Program. In 2019, she received 1st Place in the Oregon Poetry Association’s spring contest in both the Poet’s Choice and Members Only categories, as well as 1st Place in the Willamette Writer’s Kay Snow Award for Poetry. She completed her MFA at Pacific University in January 2020.
Ana MIchalowky teaches classes and facilitates workshops at the People’s Colloquium. Her work has received a Vaclav Havel Scholarship from the Prague Writers Program and was a finalist in the Atlanta Review’s 2017 International Poetry Contest. She earned an MFA at Pacific University and a BA at John Hopkins Writing Seminars.
Matthew Spohn is a poet, essayist and explorer. He received his MFA in creative writing from Pacific University and has been published in Alpinist, Climbing, Rock & Ice and more. He is the recipient of a 2018 RACC grant and is a staff writer for Nike Sportswear. Matt has free-climbed El Capitan, climbed on five continents and established First Ascents throughout the US. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Michelle, and their chihuahuas Zoozoo and Cashew.