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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

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."

August 11, 2013

 

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“On Sidewalks, On Street Corners, As Girls”

Allison Joseph reads "On Sidewalks, On Street Corners, As Girls" and "No Ways Tired."

August 4, 2013

 

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Calvocoressi’s “Prayer After A Long Time Away”

Calvocoressi reads "Rosary Catholic Church," "Prayer After a Long Time Away," "Bach's Fugue," and "Jubilee."

July 28, 2013

 

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“Piranha” By Frank Montesonti

Poems: "Reduncancy of Light," "Promise My Kidnappers a Seat by My Heart," "Those Anomalies at a Party When Everyone Suddenly Falls Silent," and "Piranha."

July 21, 2013

 

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Jon Tribble’s “Midnight Rainbows From Devil’s Kitchen”

Jon Tribble reads "Midnight Rainbows from Devil's Kitchen" and "Gifts Inside and Out."

June 30, 2013

 

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“Penny Candy” By Allison Joseph

Allison Joseph reads "Worldly Pleasures," "Penny Candy," and "Higher Education."

June 23, 2013

 

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“Praise The Contrary And Its Defenders” By Sue Swartz

Poetry and conversation with Indiana poet Sue Swartz.

June 16, 2013

 

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Poetry And Conversation With Kyle Dargan

Dargan reads "Men Die Miserably for Lack" and "I'll See It When I Believe It," and he discusses the communicative possibilities of poetry.

June 9, 2013

 

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From “Circus Fire, 1944″ By Gabrielle Calvocoressi

Calvocoressi reads from her poem cycle "Circus Fire, 1944," based on the historic Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus Fire in Hartford, Connecticut.

June 2, 2013

 

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“The Wrong Road” By Roger Pfingston

Pfingston reads "Happy Birthday to Me," "The Wrong Road," "As If to Herself," and "Indiana Redux."

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