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Keith S. Wilson, JMH Writer-in-Residence Live Stream on JMH Facebook and youtube

March 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Free

Keith S. Wilson is the Writer-in-Residence for March. Wilson is an Affrilachian poet, editor, and game designer. His first collection, Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love, was published this year by Copper Canyon Press. He will be reading from his work live on our facebook page, so tune in!

https://www.facebook.com/thejamesmerrill.house

 

Our current fellow will now be live streaming his reading given we cannot gather in person. During this difficult time, we will need the arts more than ever to lift our spirits. You can take part in this event on Facebook or on our youtube channel. You will be able to ask questions after his reading. For more information about Keith, please read below or visit his website.

https://keithswilson.com/

Keith S. Wilson is an Affrilachian Poet and Cave Canem fellow. He is a recipient of an NEA fellowship as well as fellowships/grants from Bread Loaf, Kenyon College, Tin House, MacDowell, Vermont Studio Center, UCross, and Millay Colony, among others. Keith serves as Assistant Poetry Editor at Four Way Review and Digital Media Editor at Obsidian Journal. His first book, Fieldnotes on Ordinary Love, was published by Copper Canyon.

Keith’s work in game design includes “Once Upon a Tale,” a storytelling card game designed for Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago in collaboration with The Field Museum of Chicago, and alternate reality games (ARGs) for the University of Chicago. He has worked with or taught new media with Kenyon College, the Field Museum, the Adler Planetarium, and the University of Chicago.

Keith has received a Best of the Net Award, an Illinois Arts Council Agency Literary Award, and the Rumi Prize. He has been anthologized in Best New Poets, and was appointed a Gregory Djanikian Scholar. His nonfiction won a Redivider Blurred Genre prize. Keith’s work has appeared in Poetry, Elle, The Kenyon Review, Adroit Journal, the Boston Review, Crab Orchard Review, Narrative, 32 Poems, Arts & Letters, Rhino, and Vinyl.

Details

Date:
March 28
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free