Somerville Community Access TV Show "Poet to Poet/Writer To Writer" (Tuesdays Channel 3 5 PM ) Host: Doug Holder. Many of these shows are archived at the Lamont Library Poetry Room at Harvard University, for scholars and the general public to view. We explore the creative process and the work of local poets and writers. Each guest will get a video of the show upon request. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Directions: http://tinyurl.com/2btevt
Lawrence Kessenich won the 2010 Strokestown International Poetry Prize. His poetry has been published in Sewanee Review, Atlanta Review, Poetry Ireland Review and many other magazines. He has a chapbook called Strange News and two full-length books, Before Whose Glory and Age of Wonders.
He has had three poems nominated for Pushcart Prizes. Kessenich has
also published essays, had short plays produced at festivals in Boston,
New York and Durango, Colorado, and his first novel, Cinnamon Girl, was released inSeptember 2016.
Martha Collins is the author, most recently, of Admit One: An American
Scrapbook (Pittsburgh, 2016), Day Unto Day (Milkweed, 2014), White
Papers (Pitt Poetry Series, 2012), and Blue Front (Graywolf, 2006), a
book-length poem based on a lynching her father witnessed when he was
five years old. Collins has also published four earlier collections of
poems, three books of co-translations from the Vietnamese, and two
chapbooks (see Books and Poems).