Infk: James Shea, Sara Sutter, & Jessica Johnson

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If Not For Kidnap says
Give your ears and hearts the gift of James Shea in person, accompanied by local legends Jessica Johnson and Sara Sutter.

James Shea is the author of The Lost Novel (Fence Books, 2014) and Star in the Eye (Fence Books, 2008). He teaches in the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing at Hong Kong Baptist University. A former Fulbright Scholar in Hong Kong, he has taught at Nebraska Wesleyan University, the University of Chicago’s Committee on Creative Writing, Columbia College Chicago’s MFA Program in Poetry, DePaul University, and as a poet-in-residence in the Chicago public schools.

Sara Sutter's poetry appears in two chapbooks: O to Be a Dragon (Finishing Line Press 2016) and Sirenomelia (Poor Caudia 2013), along with various journals, where she also publishes essays. She is a teacher in Portland, Oregon, and lives with her friends Abby, Elle, Erin, and their dogs Bella and Lou.

Jessica Johnson is a community college instructor and mother of two. Her poems and essays have appeared in Tin House; Paris Review; Brain, Child; and The New Republic among others. Her chapbook, In Absolutes We Seek Each Other, is currently a finalist for the Oregon Book Award.
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