Black Lawrence Press
February 16, 2010

TOMORROW Feb. 18th: Charity Ketz Reads at UC Berkeley

The Holloway Series in Poetry Presents Brenda Hillman  and Charity Ketz this Thursday, February 18th at 6:30pm in the Maude Fife Room (315 Wheeler Hall).

Brenda Hillman, one of Poets & Writers magazine’s “50 of the Most Inspiring Authors in the World,” is the author of eight books of poetry; her most recent, Practical Water (2009) is the third part of a quartet on earth, air, water, and fire. She has received the William Carlos Williams Prize, and Fellowships from the NEA and the Guggenheim Foundation, and she is Olivia Filippi Professor of Poetry at St. Mary’s College, where she teaches in the undergraduate and MFA programs.

Charity Ketz is a PhD student in English at UC Berkeley; she recently published her first book of poems, The Narcoleptic Yard, with Black Lawrence Press.

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The Narcoleptic Yard is available from Black Lawrence Press and Amazon.