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Fall Virtual Readings & Workshops

Check out the fall lineup for Black Lawrence Press virtual events! On the second Tuesday of of each month, we’re pleased to offer free single-session workshops. Then, join us on the last Tuesday of each month for readings and Q&A’s with our fabulous authors. Registration on Zoom is required for attendance. Can’t make it? Catch up on past events with captioned readings on our YouTube Channel.

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Rob Carney is the author of eight books of poems, including Call and Response and The Book of Sharks from Black Lawrence Press, as well as a collection of flash essays titled Accidental Gardens (Stormbird Press 2021). He is the winner of The Robinson Jeffers/Tor House Foundation Award for Poetry and a featured contributor to, the longest-running online journal about place and the environment. Carney is a Professor of English and Literature at Utah Valley University and lives in Salt Lake City.

Brian Simoneau is the author of the poetry collections No Small Comfort (Black Lawrence Press, 2021) and River Bound (C&R Press, 2014). His poems have been featured at Poetry Daily,, and Verse Daily, and they have appeared in journals including Boston Review, Cincinnati Review, Colorado Review, Crazyhorse, The Georgia Review, Poet Lore, Salamander, and Waxwing. Originally from Lowell, Massachusetts, he lives near Boston with his family and teaches Creative Writing and English at Milton Academy.

Anna B. Sutton’s debut collection, Savage Flower, won the St. Lawrence Book Prize and was published by Black Lawrence Press in2021. Her poems have appeared in Indiana Review, The Offing, Copper Nickel, and elsewhere. She received her MFA from UNC Wilmington and a James Merrill fellowship from Vermont Studio Center. A co-founder of the Porch Writers’ Collective in her hometown of Nashville, TN, Anna has also worked for numerous literary organizations, including Lookout Books, Blair Publisher, and Humanities Tennessee, among others. She currently works at UNC School of the Arts and as a LCMHC-intern at Lifeologie Counseling.

A Workshop with Megan Merchant
Tuesday, 12/14 @ 8PM ET
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A Workshop with Amy Ash
Tuesday, 1/11 @ 8PM ET
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