Nathan Hoks, Sandra Lim, and James Shea will read at Outpost 186 on Thursday, 3/24. 8 pm, small donation suggested.
Nathan Hoks’ first book, Reveilles, won Salt Publishing’s Crashaw Prize. He is also the author of the chapbook Birds Mistaken as Wind and the translator of Arctic Poems, a chapbook of Vicente Huidobro’s poetry. He teaches English, rides a bike, keeps a blog, and lives in Somerville, Mass. Some of his poems can be read here, here, and here.
Sandra Lim is the author of a collection of poetry, Loveliest Grotesque, published by Kore Press in 2006. Her poems are also included in the anthology Gurlesque (Saturnalia 2010), and her work has appeared in Boston Review, Denver Quarterly, Columbia Poetry Review, American Letters & Commentary, and other journals. She is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Read poems here and here.
James Shea is the author of Star in the Eye (Fence Books). His poems have appeared in various journals, including American Letters and Commentary, Boston Review, Colorado Review, jubilat, and Verse. He has taught at the University of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University, and as a poet-in-residence in the Chicago public schools. He is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Nebraska Wesleyan University.