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Lunar Walk Poetry Series
Featured Poets:Nance Van Winckel, April Lindner
July 14, 2013, 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Two Moon Art House & Café, 315 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

Admission gets you a free drink; sign up for Open Mic. Co-curators are Lynn McGee and Gerry LaFemina.


April Lindner

April Lindner’s poetry collections include Skin (2002, and reprinted in 2013), winner of the Walt McDonald First Book Prize, and This Bed Our Bodies Shaped, from Able Muse Press. She has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006), and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English, and she is a professor of English at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. 



Nance Van Winckel

Nance Van Winckel’s sixth volume of poetry, Pacific Walkers, was recently released from U. of Washington Press. Her other books of poetry include: No Starling (University of Washington Press, 2007), Bad Girl, with Hawk (U. of Illinois Press, 1987), The Dirt (Miami U. Press, 1994), Beside Ourselves (Miami University Press, 2003), and After A Spell (Miami U. Press, 1998), which received the Washington State Governor’s Award for Poetry.

Nance teaches in the low-residency MFA in Writing Program at Vermont College of Fine Arts, and her current project is a cross-discipline work for which she has invented a new term: the PHO-TOEM. She melds photography (her own) with small poems and other graphic material she "graffities" onto the photographic surface. 


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