Live Recording: Coffee & Poets No. 28: Frank Graham interviewing Julia Levine

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Date: Sunday, May 15, 2016

Time: 5 PM

Door: Free

Join us for a live recording. Coffee & Poets is a live recorded podcast of poets interviewing other poets. Come out—be a part of recording audience and listen to a creative, bright and thoughtful discussion about poetry and the creative process. Come through, order a coffee, a tea or a beer relax in a café style venue—it really is a great way spend an hour on a lazy Sunday.

Note: Unfortunately this is not an open mic event.

Interviewer: Frank Dixon Graham

Frank Dixon Graham is Editor in Chief of the annual poetry anthology Tule Review. Graham teaches literature, poetry, and writing through community education programs. Among many other journals, the poet is published in Hawaii Pacific Review, Harvard University Scriptorium, The Evansville Review, Haiku Journal, and This Land magazine. Just six months ago, in episode twenty-two for the very same Coffee & Poets series, Graham interviewed the current Poet Laureate of Sacramento, Professor Jeff Knorr. Frank Graham studied at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Arkansas and holds an MFA in Writing from Goddard College. He is completing a certificate in professional editing from UC Berkeley.

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Guests: Julia B. Levine

Julia B. Levine is the author of four collections of poetry, including Ask, winner of the 2003 Tampa Review Prize, and Practicing for Heaven, which won both the 1998 Anhinga Poetry Prize and a bronze medal from Foreword magazine for her first collection. Her latest collection, Small Disasters Seen in Sunlight, inaugurates a new poetry series for LSU press. Regarding this collection, it’s been said “With an astonishing grasp of language and detail, these poems enact a visceral, lyric experience that circle around the mystery of tragedy and beauty as it enlarges the soul.” Levine has been awarded numerous grants and awards for her writing, including a Discovery/The Nation award, as well as the Pablo Neruda Prize in Poetry. Recently, her work has been anthologized in The Places That Inhabit Us, The Autumn House Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, and The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry. She received a PhD in clinical psychology from UC Berkeley, and lives and works in Davis, California.

http://juliablevine.com/

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