Please join us for The Cincinnati Review 10th Anniversary Contributors’ Reading with Don Bogen, Geoffrey Brock, Randall Mann, D. A. Powell, Mira Rosenthal, and Kathleen Winter.
Don Bogen is the author of four books of poetry, most recently An Algebra (University of Chicago Press, 2009). A former Fulbright Distinguished Scholar at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry at Queen’s University, Belfast in 2011, he teaches at the University of Cincinnati and serves as poetry editor of The Cincinnati Review.
Geoffrey Brock is the author of Weighing Light: Poems, winner of the New Criterion Poetry Prize in 2005, the editor of The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry, and a prize-winning and leading translator of Italian poetry and prose. His poems have appeared in Poetry, Paris Review, and New England Review, as well as several anthologies. He teaches at Arkansas.
Randall Mann is a writer and editor, whose third poetry collection, Straight Razor, is forthcoming from Persea Books in October 2013. His previous collection of poetry, Breakfast with Thom Gunn, was published by University of Chicago Press in 2009. Randall Mann lives in San Francisco.
D. A. Powell is the author of five books of poetry. Prizes for his work include the Kingsley Tufts Award, the California Book Award, and, for his recent book Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys (Graywolf 2012), the National Books Critics Circle Award. D. A. Powell teaches at the University of San Francisco.
Mira Rosenthal is the author of The Local World, which won the Wick Poetry Prize, and the translator of two volumes by Polish poet Tomasz Rozcyki, most recently his sonnet cycle Colonies. She has received fellowships from the NEA, the PEN Translation Fund, the Fulbright Commission and the ACLS. Her work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. She is a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Poetry at Stanford.
Kathleen Winter’s book Nostalgia for the Criminal Past (Elixir Press, 2012) won the Antivenom Poetry Prize, as well as the 2013 Bob Bush Award from the Texas Institute of Letters for Best First Book of Poems. Winter’s poems also were published by Tin House, The New Republic, AGNI, and Field. She teaches at the University of San Francisco.
The Cincinnati Review draws together within its pages the finest creative and critical work from across the country. It provides a venue for writers of any background, at any point in their literary careers, to showcase their best writing. Since its inception in 2003, The Cincinnati Review has published many promising new and emerging writers as well as Pulitzer Prize winners and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellows. Poetry and prose from its pages have been selected to appear in the annual anthologies, including Best American Poetry, Best American Essays, and Best Creative Nonfiction. Each issue also features a portfolio of artwork from a local or national artist.