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Friday, September 23 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Poetry of Place, Class and Legacy

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Three poets of dignity and grace unflinchingly explore the complex layers of our world: Philip Schaefer (Radio Silence), Loren Graham (Places I Was Dreaming), and Corrie Williamson (Sweet Husk).

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Elliott Niblock

Elliott Niblock is a poet from Wisconsin, living in Montana. His poems have appeared in The Boiler, Marathon Literary Review, pacificREVIEW, Temenos, Vestiges, and elsewhere. A graduate of Macalester College, Harvard Divinity School, and the University of Montana, he works in Missoula as a freelance writer.

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Loren Graham

Loren Graham was raised in and around Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He took the M.A. in English from Baylor University and the M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Virginia. He has taught creative writing at Hollins University and at James Madison University, and he is now Professor of English at Carroll College in Helena. Graham has been a Henry Hoyns Fellow, a Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellow, a John Ciardi Fellow in Poetry, a... Read More →
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Philip Schaefer

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Philip Schaefer is the author of three chapbooks. [Hideous] Miraculous is forthcoming from BOAAT Press, while Radio Silence, forthcoming in 2016 from Black Lawrence Press, and Smokes Tones, which is available from Phantom Limb, were co-written with poet Jeff Whitney. Individual work is out or due out inVinyl, The Cincinnati Review, Prelude, Forklift Ohio, DIAGRAM, Sonora Review, H_NGM_N... Read More →
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Corrie Williamson

Corrie Williamson is the author of Sweet Husk, winner of the 2014 Perugia Press Prize and a finalist for the Library of Virginia Poetry Award. Her poems have appeared in AGNI, The Missouri Review, Shenandoah, Poetry Daily, and many other journals. Her manuscript-in-progress, The Pleasuring Ground (or maybe The River Where You Forgot My Name.... she can't decide), has something to do with the Corps of Discovery, appropriate use of technology... Read More →


Friday September 23, 2016 11:00am - 12:15pm
Dana Gallery - Collector's West 246 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802

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