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Romayne Rubinas Dorsey

Romayne Rubinas Dorsey lives in Bloomington, Indiana. Her work has appeared in Brilliant Corners, Sou'Wester and the Louisville Review, and she teaches in Indiana University's creative writing program.

Recent posts by Romayne

November 24, 2013

 

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Later In France

Tom Hastings reads "Later in France," "In Basel," "Under the Full New Year's Moon," "The Landing" and "Chronoclutch" from his book Crop Circle Secrets.

November 17, 2013

 

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From Piano Letters

Professor and poet Emily Bobo reads from her work Piano Letters.

November 10, 2013

 

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Excerpts From Postcards From Faerie Land

Emily Bobo read from her work Postcards from Faerie Land: Confessions of a Third Wave Feminist.

September 29, 2013

 

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“Obsidian” By Thomas Hastings

Tom Hastings reads "Magician," "Obsidian," "Stitch and Shine," and "Opus" from his book Crop Circle Secrets.

September 22, 2013

 

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“Eureka Downs”

Emily Bobo reads poetry from her collection Fugue.

September 15, 2013

 

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“Salutatorian Speech” By Frank Montesonti

Montesonti reads "Viticulture," "Salutatorian Speech," and "Demolition."

September 8, 2013

 

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Poetry And Conversation With Gabrielle Calvocoressi

Calvocoressi reads from her poem "Rocket Fantastic" and then joins Romayne in a conversation about persona poems and writing variously voiced poetry.

September 1, 2013

 

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“For The Birds” And A Conversation With Roger Pfingston

Pfingston reads his poems "For the Birds," "Parrot," "Thwarted," "The Little Ones," and "Lost." Then join us for a conversation with Roger about his work.

August 25, 2013

 

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Poetry And Conversation With Mitchell Douglas

Douglas reads "Passing Negro Mountain, Garrett County, Maryland," "Inhabit, (for Debra Kang Dean)," "Tallahatchie, (for Emmett Till and Marilyn Nelson)."

August 18, 2013

 

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Frank Montesonti’s “Quick Study In Unhappiness”

Montesonti reads "Best Deaths," "When You Left, I Started a Garden," and "Quick Study in Unhappiness."

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