S309. Any Color You Like: Inspiration in the Twenty-First Century
Saturday, March 30, 2019
4:30 pm to 5:45 pm
Michelle Mitchell-Foust is the author of six poetry collections, including Circassian Girl. She co-edited Dead and Undead Poems and Monster Verse, and she was the winner of an NEA grant, the Elixir Press Prize, and the Nation Award. She is a Drizzle Review Editor and affiliate faculty at OSU.
Donald Revell is the author of twelve collections of poetry—most recently of Tantivy and The Bitter Withy. He has also published five volumes of translations from the French, including works by Apollinaire, Laforgue, and Rimbaud.
Ann Huang is an author, poet, and filmmaker based in Newport Beach. She has authored one chapbook and two poetry collections. She wrote and directed the award-winning films Palpitations of Dust and Indelible Winter. For more information about Huang’s experimental shorts visit SaffronSplash.com.
Stephen Yenser is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at UCLA. He is the author of three books of poems, the most recent of which is Stone Fruit, and three books of criticism as well as the coeditor of five volumes of James Merrill's work.
Ralph Angel is the author of Your Moon (Green Rose Poetry Prize), Exceptions and Melancholies (PEN USA Poetry Award), and Neither World (James Laughlin Award of The Academy of American Poets). He is also the award-winning translator of the Federico García Lorca collection, Poem of the Deep Song.