F169. The Frontier as a Trope in Florida Writing Past and Present
Friday, March 9, 2018
12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Gregory Byrd is the author of a book of poetry, Salt and Iron, an essay on Florida poetry, "Aesthetics at the Southernmost Point: Towards a Definition of Florida Poetry," and he was a Fulbright Fellow to Albania in 2011. He teaches English and humanities at St. Petersburg College.
Deborah Hall teaches at Valdosta State University and edited The Anatomy of Narrative, an anthology that analyzes craft. Her work has appeared in River Teeth, TLR, The Sun, Apalachee Review, and in Becoming: An Anthology of Women’s Stories and Stone, River, Sky: An Anthology of Georgia Poets.
Polly Buckingham is the author of The Expense of a View and A Year of Silence. She teaches creative writing at Eastern Washington University and she is founding editor of StringTown Press and associate editor of Willow Springs Books. Her work appears in The Gettysburg Review and Threepenny Review.
Michael Trammell edits the Apalachee Review. He teaches professional and business writing at Florida State University. Also, he has taught literature and fiction courses for FSU's OLLI program. He was a participating poet in The Florida Poets Project in 2012.