READING: Meg Reynolds, Frances Cannon + Orchid Tierney
November 11 @ 6:00 pm EST
Join us for a special event, as we welcome Meg Reynolds (Does the Earth), Frances Cannon, and Orchid Tierney (looking at the Tiny) to the Unicorn Stage, to read from their new books, followed by a conversation.
Frances Cannon is a writer, editor, educator, and artist. She is the Mellon Science and Nature Writing Fellow at Kenyon College, 2023 – 2025. Her published books include: Walter Benjamin Reimagined, MIT Press, The Highs and Lows of Shapeshift Ma and Big-Little Frank, Gold Wake Press, Tropicalia, Vagabond Press, Predator/Play, Ethel Press, Uranian Fruit, Honeybee Press, Sagittaria, Bottlecap Press, and Image Burn, an art book, and Fling Diction, forthcoming with Green Writers Press. Learn more at https://frankyfrancescannon.com/ Meg Reynolds is a poet, artist, and teacher from New England. As an instructor inwriting and humanities, her work has been published in many literary journals, including Mid-American Review, RHINO, The Offing, Iterant, amongst others. A graduate of the Stonecoast MFA program, her collection of poetry comics, A Comic Year, was published in October 2021 from Finishing Line Press. She lives in Burlington, VT with her family. Learn more at megreynoldspoetry.com
Orchid Tierney is an Aotearoa New Zealand poet and scholar. She is the author of a year of misreading the wildcats(Operating System, 2019), earsay (TrollThread,2016), and chapbooks looking at the Tiny: Mad lichen on the surfaces of reading (Essay Press, 2023), my Beatrice (above/ground press, 2020), ocean plastic (BlazeVOX 2019), blue doors (Belladonna* Press), Gallipoli Diaries (Gauss PDF 2017), among others. Her scholarship has appeared in Venti, SubStance, Jacket2, and elsewhere. She is an assistant professor of English at Kenyon College.www.orchidtierney.com.