Poetry with Katrin Talbot and Tom Boswell

Thursday, March 22nd

Rescheduled from February 23

7 pm

Australian-born Katrin Talbot’s collection The Little Red Poem was just released from dancing girl press. She has three other chapbooks, noun’d,  verb  (dancing girl press), Freeze-Dried Love (Finishing Line Press), and St. Cecilia’s Daze (Parallel Press) and was recently nominated for two Pushcart Prizes in Poetry. She was voted Madison Magazine’s Best of 2015 Spoken Word Artist/Poet and once received enough prize money from a national poetry contest to fund a Dairy Queen run. She is delighted to have poems recently included in a chocolate & coffee anthology, a bug anthology and a donut anthology.

 


Tom Boswell is a Madison writer, photographer and community organizer.  He will be reading from his new book, Neighbors, winner of the Helen Kay Chapbook Poetry Prize from Evening Street Press

His poetry has appeared in the Atlanta Review, Rattle, Poet Lore, The Potomac Review, Two Thirds North and other journals, as well as the anthology New Poetry from the Midwest 2017 (New American Press).

He has won national competitions judged by Tony Hoagland, Luis Alberto Urrea and Robert Cording. A previous chapbook, Midwestern Heart, won the Codhill Poetry Chapbook Award.