Episode #40: Arielle Greenberg and Lara Glenum on this Friday, May 14th at 10 am PST

Join Rachelle as she talks with Arielle Greenberg and Lara Glenum, co-editors of Gurlesque: The New Grrly, Grotesque, Burlesque Poetics

Friday, May 14th at 10 am PST, 1 pm EST.

To listen live: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onword


Arielle Greenberg is the co-author, with Rachel Zucker, of Home/Birth: A Poemic (1913 Press, forthcoming 2011), and author of My Kafka Century (Action Books, 2005), Given (Verse, 2002) and the chapbooks Shake Her (Dusie Kollektiv, 2009) and Farther Down: Songs from the Allergy Trials (New Michigan, 2003). She is co-editor of three anthologies: with Rachel Zucker, Starting Today: 100 Poems for Obama’s First 100 Days (Iowa, 2010) and Women Poets on Mentorship: Efforts and Affections (Iowa, 2008); and with Lara Glenum, Gurlesque (Saturnalia, 2010). Twice featured in Best American Poetry and the recipient of a MacDowell Colony fellowship, she is the founder-moderator of the poet-moms listserv and works as an Associate Professor at Columbia College Chicago.  She also teaches childbirth classes in the community and is working on a nonfiction book about the new back-to-the-land movement in Maine.

Lara Glenum is a poet, scholar, and translator. She is the author of two books of poetry: The Hounds of No (Action Books, 2005) and Maximum Gaga (Action Books, 2009). With Arielle Greenberg, she is the co-editor of Gurlesque, an anthology of contemporary women’s poetry and visual art (Saturnalia Books, 2010). In 2009, she collaborated with sound, visual, and digital media artists on Meat Out of the Eater, a multimedia installation. The former recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, she teaches in the MFA program in Creative Writing at LSU.

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