WordsWest Literary Series
E. J. Koh & Juan Carlos Reyes
"Past and Future Selves"
Wed., January 16, 2019, 7pm, C & P Coffee Co., 5612 California Ave. SW
Favorite Poem by Fawn Coussens, MSPT, Kinetic Physical Therapy
E. J. Koh is the author of A Lesser Love, winner of the Pleiades Editors Prize, and her memoir The Magical Language of Others is forthcoming from Tin House Books. Her work has appeared in Academy of American Poets, Boston Review, Columbia Review, Los Angeles Review of Books, and Prairie Schooner. She received fellowships from The American Literary Translators Association, Kundiman, The MacDowell Colony, Vermont Studio Center, and elsewhere. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
Juan Carlos Reyes has published the novella A Summer's Lynching (Quarterly West) and the fiction chapbook Elements of a Bystander (Arcadia Press). His stories, poems and essays have appeared in Ascentos Review, KGB Lit, and Hawai’i Review, among others. He is a 2018 Jack Straw Writers Fellow and is currently an Assistant Professor of creative writing at Seattle University. He is also the chief editor at Big Fiction magazine (bigfictionmagazine.com). He is the recipient of the Artist Trust 2018 LaSalle Storyteller Award in Fiction.
Favorite Poem by
Fawn Coussens, MSPT
Kinetic Physical Therapy
4828 California Ave SW
Seattle, Wa 98116
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- March 20, 2019 - Poet Catherine Barnett and writer Renee Simms. Favorite Poem by Open Books.