A poetry reading featuring new books by nationally-recognized poet and writer Natasha Sajé and NCWN member Anne Myles.
Natasha’s poems, reviews, and essays have appeared in many periodicals, including The Henry James Review, American Poetry Review, Copper Nickel, Kenyon Review, New Republic, Poetry, Paris Review, Gettysburg Review, Ploughshares, Rhino, Shenandoah, The Writer’s Chronicle, and The New York Times. Her third book of poems,Vivarium, (Tupelo) and a postmodern poetry handbook, Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory (University of Michigan), were published in 2014. In 2020, her memoir-in-essays, Terroir: Love, Out of Place, was published by Trinity University Press. In 2023, The Future Will Call You Something Else, a new book of poems from Tupelo, will be released.
Anne Myles is a poet living in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her debut full-length collection Late Epistle is now out from Headmistress Press, and her chapbook What Woman That Was: Poems for Mary Dyer was published in 2022 by Final Thursday Press. Formerly she was a professor of English at the University of Northern Iowa, specializing in early American literature. She holds an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts.