An Evening With Lucas Hunt, Carol Denson, Cindy Huyser & Meg Mc Keon

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Join us for a reading with poets Lucas Hunt, Carol Denson, Cindy Huyser, and Meg McKeon.

Lucas Hunt was born in rural Iowa, and is the author of Lives (Vagabond, 2006), Light on the Concrete (North Sea, 2011), and The Muse Demanded Lyrics (Pen & Anvil, 2016). He studied at the Iowa Writers Workshop, and MFA program at Southampton College. Hunt has published in the New York Times, East Hampton Star, Clarion, Slice, and received a John Steinbeck Award for poetry. He is the director of Orchard Literary, founder of Hunt & Light, and a professional live auctioneer.

Carol Denson’s poems have appeared in The Adirondack Review, Gulf Coast, J Journal, and Literary Mama, among other journals. Her essay “Transfertle the Plum” on poetry and parenting was published in Rattle’s Single Parents issue. Her work has been supported by the the Jentel Foundation and the Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County. Her chapbook, Across the Antique Surface, was published in 2013.

Cindy Huyser’s chapbook, Burning Number Five: Power Plant Poems, was named co-winner of the 2014 Blue Horse Press Poetry Chapbook contest. Twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize, her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, the 2017 Texas Poetry Calendar, the anthologies In The Words of Women 2016 (Yellow Chair Press) and Untameable City (Mutabilis Press), and in Bearing The Mask: Southwestern Persona Poems, which she is co-editing with Scott Wiggerman of Dos Gatos Press.

Meg McKeon received her MFA from The University of Texas at Austin’s New Writers Project in 2013. After a couple harrying years in the non-profit world, she’s back in grad school again, pursuing an MEd. She lives in Austin, TX and throws pots in her spare time.

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