Sunday, September 13, 2015   7 p.m.

With Featured Poet


Joseph Heithaus

FREE!
Followed by Refreshments, Book Signings and an Open Mic Reading.

Joseph Heithaus is a poet and professor at DePauw University. His poetry has appeared in many journals including Poetry, North American Review, Indiana Review, Prairie Schooner, and Atlanta Review. In collaboration with fellow "Airpoets" he has published two books Rivers, Rails, and Runways (2008) and Airmail (2011) through San Francisco Bay. He was one of the winners of the 2007 "Discovery"/The Nation Prize for a collection of sonnets about poison plants that are at the center of his first individual collection, Poison Sonnets (David Robert Books, 2012).

Joe lives in Greencastle, Indiana where he and his wife are raising their four children. His poem "Indiana Flight" was chosen by the Zionsville, Brick Street Poets for inclusion in British artist Martin Donlin's stained glass murals in the new Indianapolis International Airport. His poem "What Grows Here" is painted on a barn outside of Greencastle. He continues to work on a translation with Salvadoran poets, Jonathan Velazquez, Fabrizzio Sagett, Hector Planas, and Crosby Lemus.



Location:
The Indiana Writers Center
812 E. 67th St
Just Northwest and behind the Main Gallery Bldg of the Indianapolis Art Center in the Arts Complex foyer.

Any questions:  Call the Indiana Writers Center 317-255-0710 or Muse coordinator, Richard Pflum: 317-356-2048

Written by Roxanna Santoro — September 04, 2015

Comments

Marek:

I know how you feel, though at a lower taelnt level. I abandoned the book I was working on last year when I realized I had the story set in the wrong series. Then I took off the summer before taking my sweet time coming up with an outline I could live with. (I never like them much, but I can’t write without one.) I finally got the ball rolling late last week. The rhythm comes back, though I promised myself never to take so long a hiatus again. It really is like exercising. Everything feels stiff.

December 01 2015 at 06:12 PM

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