Poets Richie Hofmann, Emily Leithauser to give free reading at Emory April 25

Two poets with Emory University connections will present a free reading and discussion on the main Emory campus on Tuesday, April 25, at 6:30

Richie Hofmann

p.m. in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library.

Richie Hofmann, who is a PhD candidate and teaching fellow at Emory, is the winner of the Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship and the 2014 Beatrice Hawley Award for his first collection of poems, “Second Empire.” His poem “Idyll” appeared in The New Yorker. His work has also appeared in Callaloo, Kenyon Review Online, Poetry, The Southern Review, and other publications.

Emily Leithauser

Emily Leithauser is a visiting assistant professor in English and visiting lecturer in Creative Writing at Emory. Her first collection, The Borrowed World, won the 2015 Able Muse Book Award and was published by that press the following year. She won the Grand Prize in Poetry at the 2015 Tennessee Williams/ New Orleans Literary Festival. Her work has been published in Literary Imagination, Southwest Review, Blackbird, Measure, and Iron Horse review, among others.

Nathan Blansett, a sophomore in the Creative Writing Program at Emory, will moderate the discussion. His poems have been published in New South and The Journal.

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