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Poetry Reading - Walter Bargen and Clarence Wolfshohl

February 24, 2020
05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
Room 106, Maes Building

Poets Walter Bargen and Clarence Wolfshohl will read their poetry, talk about writing, and answer questions about writing, publishing, and the creative life.

A reading will also be taking place during the day from 12:40 - 1:35pm in Room 106 of the Maes Building. All are welcome to join us!

Walter Bargen was appointed Missouri’s first poet laureate in 2008. He received a BA in philosophy and an MA in English education from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Bargen is the author of more than a dozen collections of poetry, including My Other Mother's Red Mercedes (Lamar University Literary Press, 2018). 

Clarence Clarence Wolfshohl, professor emeritus at William Woods University, has been active in the small press as writer and publisher for over fifty years, publishing poetry and non-fiction in many journals, both print and online, including North Dakota Quarterly, Concho River Review, San Pedro River Review, Agave, Green Hills Literary Lantern, Cape Rock, and New Letters. Among his recent publications are the e-chapbook Scattering Ashes (Virtual Artists Collective, 2016), the chapbooks Holy Toledo (El Grito del Lobo Press, 2017), Queries and Wonderments (El Grito del Lobo Press, 2017), and Armadillos and Groundhogs in late 2019. 

Sponsored by LU Literary Press and the Department of English and Modern Languages.

Katherine Hoerth

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