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Houston literary audiences will soon be treated to an evening of
poetry delivered by two nationally recognized authors.
Pimone Triplett and Andrew Feld, both University of Houston Creative
Writing Program (CWP) alumni, will read their works at 6 p.m., Thursday,
Feb. 8 at UH’s Honors College Commons at M.D. Anderson Library.
The event is the latest in the Inprint Studio Reading Series (ISRS)
which is co-sponsored by CWP and Inprint Inc. in association with
DiverseWorks and the Honors College. All readings are free and open
to the public.
“This event allows UH students and the public at large to
hear the work of some of our exciting recent graduates.” said
J. Kastely, director of CWP. “One of the goals of the Inprint
Studio Reading Series is to bring back UH alumni so that Houston
audiences can see how UH creative writing graduates are shaping
the current literary landscape.”
Praised for her lyrical ability, Triplett is the author of “The
Price of Light” and “Running the Picture.” Her
poetry has been published in The Paris Review and The New England
Feld received a Wallace Stegner Fellowship from Stanford University,
a Michener Foundation grant and a “Discovery”/The Nation
Award. His collection “Citizen: Poems” won the 2003
National Poetry Series Open Competition. Feld has contributed poetry
to The Nation, The New England Review and Triquarterly.
Sponsored by the University of Houston’s Creative Writing
Program (CWP) and Inprint Inc., ISRS offers public readings in modest,
comfortable venues to further connect audiences with some of the
country’s brightest writers and their works. The next installment
of the series will feature essayist Emily Fox Gordon on March 22
||Inprint Studio Reading
Series featuring Pimone Triplett and Andrew Feld
||6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 8
||Honors College Commons
M.D. Anderson Library, Level 2
||UH Creative Writing Program and
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