Happy Hour Reading 6/3: Lighthouse Faculty

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Hear from recently published works by Lighthouse faculty.

Sommer Browning writes poems and draws comics in Denver. She is the author of EVERYTHING BUT SEX (Low Frequency Press, 2017), WANT TO HEAR ABOUT THIS DREAM I HAD (Reality Beach, 2017), YOU'RE ON MY PERIOD (Counterpath, 2016), THE CIRCLE BOOK (Cuneiform Press, 2015), BACKUP SINGERS (Birds, LLC, 2014), PRESIDENTS AND OTHER JOKES (Future Tense Books, 2013), and EITHER WAY I'M CELEBRATING (Birds, LLC, 2011). She is the founder of GEORGIA, an artist run art space in her garage, and works as a librarian.

Joanna Luloff’s short story collection, The Beach at Galle Road, was published by Algonquin Books in 2012. It was selected by Barnes & Noble as a Discover Great New Writers pick and won the Maria Thomas Fiction Prize from Peace Corps Writers. Her stories have appeared in several journals, including The Missouri Review, Western Humanities Review, and New South. Her novel Remind Me Again What Happened came out in 2018 from Algonquin. Joanna received her MFA from Emerson College and her PhD from the University of Missouri. She is an assistant professor of English at University of Colorado Denver, where she also edits fiction and nonfiction for Copper Nickel.

Poupeh Missaghi is a writer, a translator both into and out of Persian, Asymptote’s Iran editor-at-large, and an educator. Her debut novel trans(re)lating house one was published by Coffee House Press in February 2020. She holds a PhD in English and creative writing from the University of Denver and an MA in creative writing from Johns Hopkins University. Her nonfiction, fiction, and translations have appeared in numerous journals, and she has several books of translation published in Iran. She is currently a visiting assistant professor at the Department of Writing at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn.

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Jun 03, 2020 4:30pm - 5:30pm