R172. Money! Sex! Politics! Negotiating Gender Bias to Get What You Want as a Writer and as an Academic
Thursday, April 9, 2015
12:00 pm to 1:15 pm
Marcela Sulak has two poetry collections, Decency and Immigrant, a chapbook, and three book-length poetry translations. She publishes nonfiction, hosts a radio show, is an editor at the Ilanot Review and Tupelo Quarterly, and directs the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing.
Hoa Nguyen teaches poetics and creative writing in a private, virtual, and in-person workshop in Toronto, Ontario and at Ryerson University. She is the author of nine books and chapbooks, most recently Red Juice: Poems 1998-2008.
Cate Marvin is professor of English at the College of Staten Island, CUNY. A co-founder of VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, her third book of poems, Oracle, is forthcoming from Norton in March 2015.
Danielle Pafunda's books of poetry include Natural History Rape Museum, Manhater, Iatrogenic: Their Testimonies, My Zorba, and the forthcoming The Dead Girls Speak in Unison. She teaches at the University of Wyoming.
Cynthia Roth is a lecturer in the School of Art and Design at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, a freelance editor, and a poet. She has also co-owned an art studio, Medwedeff Forge & Design, for twenty years. Her work has appeared in Poetry Midwest, Moxie, the Pittsburgh Quarterly, Dusie, and in her chapbook, Ekphrasis.