S145. Poetry from WordTech

Scott James Bookfair Stage, Washington State Convention Center, Level 4
Saturday, March 1, 2014
10:30 am to 11:45 am


Poets published by WordTech Communications read from their new books.



Mary-Sherman Willis is a writer and poet, author of Caveboy, a limited-edition poetry artbook and iBook for iPad, and Graffiti Calculus, a book-length poem. She teaches creative writing at George Washington University.

Marcene Gandolfo’s book, Angles of Departure, (February 2014) was a finalist for the Melissa Lanitis Gregory Poetry Prize and the Patricia Bibby First Book Award and a semi-finalist for the Washington Prize. Her poems have recently appeared in numerous journals, including Poet Lore, DMQ Review, Bayou, and Harpur Palate. She has taught writing and literature at Sacramento City College and other northern California colleges.

Aimee Suzara is a poet, playwright, and performing artist based in Oakland, California. Her poetry has been published widely, including in her forthcoming first book, Souvenir. She is a lecturer in Creative Writing and Social Action at California State University, Monterey Bay.

Zara Raab's books are Swimming the Eel and The Book of Gretel. Rumpelstiltskin, or What’s in a Name, a finalist for the Dana Award, will be published later this year, along with Fracas & Asylum. She is a contributing editor to Poetry Flash and the Redwood Coast Review.

Roy Mash's first book, Buyer’s Remorse came out in 2014.


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