Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Bin Ramke edits the Denver Quarterly and teaches literature and creative writing in the English Department at University of Denver. During his childhood in the south he intended to become a mathematician, and then a sculptor, but ended up at LSU a literature major instead. Later he received a Ph.D. from Ohio University then taught in Georgia prior to arriving at the University of Denver. He teaches part of the year at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His first book won the Yale Younger Poets Award, and he has since published ten other books of poems.
Adam Crittenden is working on an MFA at New Mexico State University and editing for Puerto Del Sol. He teaches freshman composition and creative writing.
Friday, December 2nd, 7:30 pm at Hardman Hall 106.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
NMSU Alum and faculty member at University of Central Florida, Darlin Neal was in town visiting and spoke with Carrie Hamblen for her "Images" program on the local NPR station, KRWG. On the show, she talks about her early years as a single mother and writer. She remembers her beginnings as a writer, how she learned the craft and how she inspires her students to do the same...click the link above to listen in.