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Seneca Review Reading
March 30, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pmFree
Nicole Walker, Wendy S. Walters, and Erica Trabold read at the Cardinal Club, starting at 8:00 p.m. Nicole Walker is the author of The After-Normal, forthcoming from Rose Metal Press, and six other books. Wendy S. Walters is the author of a book of prose, Multiply/Divide: On the American Real and Surreal (Sarabande Books, 2015), and two books of poems. Erica Trabold is the author of Five Plots, which was selected by John D’Agata as the inaugural winner of Seneca Review Books’ Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize.
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Nicole Walker, Wendy S. Walters, and Erica Trabold read at the Cardinal Club, starting at 8:00pm.
Nicole Walker is the author of The After-Normal, forthcoming from Rose Metal Press. Her previous books include Sustainability: A Love Story, Where the Tiny Things Are, Egg, Micrograms, Quench Your Thirst with Salt, and This Noisy Egg. She also edited Bending Genre: Essays on Creative Nonfiction with Margot Singer. She’s nonfiction editor at Diagram and Professor at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona where it rains like the Pacific Northwest, but only in July.
Wendy S. Walters is the author of a book of prose, Multiply/Divide: On the American Real and Surreal (Sarabande Books, 2015), named a best book of the year by Buzzfeed, Flavorwire, Literary Hub, The Root, and Huffington Post. She is also the author of two books of poems, Troy, Michigan (Futurepoem, 2014) and Longer I Wait, More You Love Me. She has been awarded fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Poetry, The Ford Foundation, The Smithsonian Institution, and Bread Loaf. Walters is a founding director of Essay in Public | A Humanities Project and a Contributing Editor at The Iowa Review.
Erica Trabold is the author of Five Plots, selected as the inaugural winner of the Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize. Trabold’s lyric essays appear in The Rumpus, Passages North, The Collagist, Seneca Review, and elsewhere. A graduate of Oregon State University and the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Erica writes and teaches in Portland, Oregon. Find Erica on Twitter @ericatrabold and the web at ericatrabold.com
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