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Poetry: Trevor Joyce, Brett Price, and Keith Tuma

  • Chase Public 2868 Colerain Avenue Cincinnati, OH, 45225 United States (map)

Join us for a truly exciting reading.  We’ll be hearing from local writers Keith Tuma and Brett Price, as well as visiting poet Trevor Joyce from Ireland. All of the thanks to Mark Mendoza for organizing.  


Trevor Joyce - For fifty years, since publication of his first book in 1967, Trevor Joyce has been a unique voice in Irish writing. His books include with the first dream of fire they hunt the cold (New Writers' Press, 2001), Courts of Air and Earth (Shearsman Books, 2006), What's in Store (New Writers' Press & The Gig, 2007), and Selected Poems 1967-2014(Shearsman Books, 2014). Rome's Wreck (Cusp Books, 2014) is a translation under constraint from the English of Edmund Spenser's Ruines of Rome. His new book is Fastness: A Translation from the English of Edmund Spenser (Miami University Press 2017), which translates and responds to Spenser's Mutability Cantos.

Keith Tuma - is the author of Climbing into the Orchestra (The Mute Canary, 2017), On Leave: A Book of Anecdotes (Salt, 2011),  The Paris Hilton (Critical Documents, 2009),Holiday in Tikrit (Critical Documents, 2005, with Justin Katko), Fishing by Obstinate Isles: Modern and Postmodern British Poetry and American Readers (Northwestern, 1998), and other books and articles. He is the editor of Anthology of 20th Century British and Irish Poetry (Oxford University Press, New York, 2001), Mina Loy: Woman and Poet (NPF, 1998, with Maeera Shreiber) and other books. He is Professor of English at Miami University and Editor of the Miami University Press.

Brett Price - lives and writes in Cincinnati, where he teaches at the Art Academy of Cincinnati.  Recent work can be heard at the reading for which this bio is being written, otherwise, not so recent work can be found variously online.


Chase Public
2868 Colerain Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45225

Saturday, May 19th
Doors 7:30
Reading 8:00

Free - Donations encouraged

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