Dikeou Literary Series: Jennifer Denrow, Whit Griffin, Shannon Tharp

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The Dikeou Collection presents the fifteenth installment of the Dikeou Literary Series on Saturday, January 30th, at 7:00pm, which will take place at The Dikeou Collection 1615 California Street, Suite 515 Denver, CO 80202. The featured readers for the evening include Jennifer Denrow, Whit Griffin, and Shannon Tharp.

Jennifer Denrow wrote California. She facilitates writing workshops at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver.

Whit Griffin has two books on Skysill Press and two on Cultural Society, most recently We Who Saw Everything (2015). Over the years he's had work in many journals, including The Chicago Review, Golden Handcuffs Review, Hambone and The Recluse. He studied poetry at Bennington and Brooklyn College, but his real education came working for Jonathan Williams' Jargon Society. A native of Memphis, he now shares a home in Wyoming with Shannon Tharp.

Shannon Tharp is the author of The Cost of Walking (Skysill Press, 2011) and Vertigo in Spring (The Cultural Society, 2013). Her poems and essays have recently and infrequently appeared in ATTN:, EcoTheo Review, Typo, and The Volta. With Sommer Browning she is the co-editor of Poet-Librarians in the Library of Babel: Innovative Meditations on Librarianship, forthcoming from Library Juice Press in late 2016. She lives in Laramie, Wyoming.

The Dikeou Literary Series is currently organized by Joe Lennon and Adam Fagin. Joe Lennon has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Denver, and an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis. His recent poems and curations have appeared or are forthcoming in Gigantic Sequins, Incessant Pipe, and Denver Quarterly, and he is a contributor to the Denver Poetry Map (www.denverpoetrymap.org). He's been to every US state except Alaska. Adam Fagin is a doctoral candidate at the University of Denver. His poems have appeared in Boston Review, Fence, Web Conjunctions, Volt, and other journals. He's the author of a chapbook, T's Alphabet, and one forthcoming, THE SKY IS A HOWLING WILDERNESS BUT IT CAN'T HOWL WITH HEAVEN.

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