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Rob Carney and Sean Thomas Dougherty Poetry Reading (1-28-11)

Saturday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m. – Rob Carney and Sean Thomas Dougherty at A Different Path Gallery on 27 Market Street in Brockport.

Rob CarneyRob Carney is the author of number of books, including Story Problems (Somondoco Press, 2011),  Weather Report (Somondoco Press, 2006), and Boasts, Toasts, and Ghosts (Pinyon Press, 2003), winner of the Pinyon Press National Poetry Book Award — and two chapbooks, New Fables, Old Songs (Dream Horse Press, 2003) and This Is One Sexy Planet (Frank Cat Press, 2005). His work has appeared in Mid-American Review, Quarterly West, and dozens of other journals, as well as Flash Fiction Forward (W. W. Norton, 2006). He lives in Salt Lake City. To hear an interview with him, the Poet Laureate of Utah, Katharine Coles, and the editor at Sugar House Review, John Kippen, click here.

Sean Thomas DoughertySean Thomas Dougherty is the author of nine books of poems and prose including the Sasha Sings the Laundry on the Line (BOA, 2010), Broken Hallelujahs (Boa Editions, 2007), the experimental novella The Blue City (Marick Press, 2008) and Nightshift Belonging to Lorca (Mammoth Books, 2004), which was a finalist for the Paterson Poetry Prize. His awards include a PA Council for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, and a Penn State Junior Faculty Fellowship in Non-Fiction. He teaches in the BFA Program for Creative Writing at Penn State Erie.



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