Judith Saunders has published poetry, creative nonfiction, and
reviews in a variety of periodicals, regional (Chronogram,
Art Times, Home Planet News, Hudson River
Valley Review) and national (e.g., Blue Unicorn,
Soundings East, The Chiron Review, The
Christian Science Monitor, Inkwell,
Blueline, The Hiram Poetry Journal, and The
Mathematical Intelligencer). She is the author of two
prize-winning chapbook collections of poetry: Check-Out Counter
Suite (Panhandler competition) and Willful Shapes and
Fractious Lines (Red Berry Editions contest). Much of her
literary critical writing addresses contemporary poetry: she has
published essays in academic journals on the work of poets such as
Elizabeth Bishop, Howard Moss, May Swenson, Gwendolyn Brooks, Billy
Collins, Howard Moss, and more including a book-length study of the
British poet Charles Tomlinson.
This event is sponsored by the Division of Arts and Letters and
Curtin Memorial Library.
This event is open to the public.