Reading: Hugh Sheehy and Keith Tuma
The 2020 Winter MFA residency week continues with a reading from two Low Residency MFA faculty –– mentor Hugh Sheehy (fiction) and director Keith Tuma (poetry, creative nonfiction). Free and open to the public.
Hugh Sheehy is the author of The Invisibles (University of Georgia Press), winner of the 2012 Flannery O'Connor Award for short fiction. His stories, reviews, and essays have appeared in a number of journals and magazines, including The Kenyon Review, Five Points, Glimmer Train, Southwest Review , Guernica, The Cincinnati Review, The LA Review of Books, as well as in The Best American Mystery Stories 2008. He teaches courses in creative writing and literature at Ramapo College of New Jersey.
Keith Tuma is the author of books of poetry including Climbing into the Orchestra (The Mute Canary, 2017), The Paris Hilton (Critical Documents, 2009), and Holiday in Tikrit (Critical Documents, 2005, with Justin Katko), and of On Leave: A Book of Anecdotes, a book of creative nonfiction (Salt, 2011). His critical works include Fishing by Obstinate Isles: Modern and Postmodern British Poetry. He is the editor of Anthology of Twentieth- Century British and Irish Poetry (Oxford, 2001), Rainbow Darkness: An Anthology of African American Poetry (Miami, 2005), and other books. He is Professor of English at Miami University, where he also directs Miami University Press.
Tuesday, January 14 at 5:00pm to 6:30pm
Shriver Center, Brick and Ivy Store
701 E. Spring St., Oxford, OH 45056