Please join us tomorrow night for Lynnell Edwards' FREE reading and signing of her book of poems, The Highwayman's Wife. The reading will begin at 6:30 pm. Then, at 7:30 pm, Lynnell will lead a hands- on workshop, "A CONSIDERATION OF THE 'LINE" IN POETRY." The cost of the workshop is $25. Lynnell's books are currently on sale at the Carnegie Center.
Lynnell Edwards is the author of The Farmer's Daughter. Her work has appeared in Poets Against the War; Raising Our Voices: Oregon Poets Against the War; and numerous literary journals including: Poems & Plays, Southern Poetry Review, Poetry East, and Dos Passos Review. She is a regular reviewer for The Georgia Review, Pleiades, and Rain Taxi. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky where she teaches at the University of Louisville. She received her doctorate in English at the University of Louisville and her undergraduate degree at Centre College in Kentucky. She is the recipient of a 2007 Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council.
Lynnell Edwards is the author of two collections of poetry, both from Red Hen Press: The Highwayman's Wife (2007) and The Farmer's Daughter (2003).
We hope to see you there!