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Reading: Ann Howells & Christopher Lee Manes
March 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Ann Howells edited Illya’s Honey for eighteen years. Her books include Under a Lone Star (Village Books, 2016) and So Long As We Speak Their Names (Kelsay Books, 2019) as well as Cattlemen & Cadillacs, an anthology of D/FW poets. Her chapbook Black Crow in Flight, was published through Main Street Rag’s 2007 competition, and Softly Beating Wings won the 2017 William D. Barney Competition (Blackbead Books). Painting the Pinwheel Sky, persona poems relating to Vincent Van Gogh, will be released this spring (Assure Press). Howells’s work appears in Spillway, Little Patuxent Review, and The Langdon Review among others. She has received seven Pushcart nominations.
Christopher Lee Manes teaches Rhetoric at the University of Texas at Dallas and History at Richland College. His primary role is Response to Intervention Coordinator for Richland Collegiate High School, a charter school of Dallas County Community College District. Manes’s work has appeared in Louisiana History, the Southwestern Review, and Carville: Remembering Leprosy in America. He lives in Dallas, Texas.