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Saturday, September 30 • 10:45am - 11:45am
A Snapshot of the Auxillary

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No fewer than nine former students of the late Richard Hugo and Madeline DeFrees are publishing new books in 2017: Tom Aslin, David Axelrod, Candace Black, Laurie Blauner, Patricia Clark, Tom Mitchell, Walter Pavlich, Rick Robbins, Lex Runiman, and Robert Wrigley. More than half of these same writers are Lost Horse or Lynx House Press poets. All of the writers here, too, have remained deeply committed to a poetics learned in Missoula: rhythmical complexity, clarity, and humor, while giving voice to the voiceless or marginalized. We propose a reading in gratitude to Missoula, a city that has imprinted itself on our lives and has influenced our work for a generation or more.

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Tom Aslin

Thomas Aslin's books include a chapbook, Sweet Smoke, and two full length collections, A Moon Over Wings and Salvage.
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David Axelrod

David Axelrod is the author of eight collections of poetry, the most recent, The Open Hand (Lost Horse Press, 2017). He is editor of Sensational Nightingales: The Collected Poetry of Walter Pavlich (Lynx House Press, 2017), and a collection of essays, Troubled Intimacies (OSU Pre... Read More →
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Candace Black

Candace Black lives in south-central Minnesota and teaches creative writing at Minnesota State University Mankato.  She has published two books of poetry—The Volunteer (New Rivers Press, 2003), Whereabouts (Snake Nation Press, 2017)—and a chapbook, Casa Marina (RopeWalk Press, 20... Read More →
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Tom Mitchell

Thomas Mitchell's  full-length book of poetry, The Way Summer Ends (Lost Horse Press, 2016)
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Rick Robbins

Richard Robbins's Body Turn to Rain: New & Selected Poems was published by Spokane’s Lynx House Press in May.
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Lex Runciman

Lex Runciman has published six books of poems, including most recently Salt Moons: Poems 1981-2016 from Salmon Poetry (Ireland).  An earlier volume, The Admirations, won the Oregon Book Award. 


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:45am - 11:45am
Dana Gallery 246 N Higgins

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