Natural Bridge editor Mary Troy will read from her latest novel, Swimming on Hwy N, on January 30th, UMSL campus, Gallery 210, 12:15-1:30 pm as part of the Center for the Humanities Noon Series. Check out this linkhttp://writersonwriting.blogspot.com/2016/12/wally-lamb-mary-troy.html to hear her talk about the novel on Orange County CA public radio.
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Listen to episode three of our podcast, featuring Jamie Written-Colbert reading from her collection Wild Things.
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Natural Bridge is happy to announce our nominations for the Pushcart Prize!
Our nominations include:
“Man on the Floor” by Kirsti Sandi
“The Abandoned Quarry” by Travis Mossotti
“Ten Bands of an Oval Braided Rug” by Andy Fogle
“Occupy This Threshold” by Nandini Dhar
“Scion” by Chris Souza
“The War Ends Many Times” by Rachel hall
Congratulations to all our nominees! We hope to see you in the forthcoming issue of the Pushcart!
Natural Bridge is happy to present our second podcast! In this episode, John Domini reads from his newest book Movieola, and interviews with the Natural Bridge staff.
Natural Bridge is happy to announce the first Natural Bridge Podcast, hosted by Liam Cassidy and featuring fiction writer Leslie Pietryzk as she reads from her new collection, “This Angel on My Chest.”
Be on the lookout for more podcasts coming soon!
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Roger Reeves’s poems have appeared in journals such as Poetry, Ploughshares, American Poetry Review, Boston Review, and Tin House, among others. Kim Addonizio selected “Kletic of Walt Whitman” for the Best New Poets 2009 anthology. He was awarded a 2013 NEA Fellowship, Ruth Lilly Fellowship by the Poetry Foundation in 2008, two Bread Loaf Scholarships, an Alberta H. Walker Scholarship from the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, and two Cave Canem Fellowships. He earned his PhD the University of Texas-Austin and is currently an assistant professor of poetry at the University of Illinois, Chicago. His first book is King Me (Copper Canyon Press, 2013).
Tuesday February 9, 2016
St. Louis County Library Headquarters
Chinelo Okparanta is the author of the debut novel, Under the Udala Trees and the story collection Happiness, Like Water. She was born in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Okparanta received her BS from Pennsylvania State University, her MA from Rutgers University, and her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her stories have appeared in the New Yorker, Granta, Tin House, The Kenyon Review, and elsewhere.
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