Oswald Writer's Series featuring Jeanetta Calhoun MishDate : February 13, 2018
Time : 7:30PM
Admission : FREE
Location : Etherredge Center
Jeanetta Calhoun Mish
Mish’s most recent books are What I Learned
at the War, a poetry collection (2016), and
Oklahomeland: Essays (2015). Her 2009 poetry
collection Work Is Love Made Visible won an
Oklahoma Book Award, a Wrangler Award, and
the WILLA Award from Women Writing the West.
She is the 2017-18 Oklahoma State Poet Laureate.
Mish has published poetry in This Land,
Naugatuck River Review, Concho River Review,
LABOR: Studies in Working Class History of the
Americas, World Literature Today, San Pedro River
Review, About Place Journal, The Fiddleback, and
Yellow Medicine Journal, among others. Essays
and short fiction have appeared in Oklahoma
Today, Sugar Mule, Crosstimbers, Red Dirt
Chronicles, Cybersoleil, and The Emily Dickinson
Society International Bulletin’s essay series, “Poet
Mish is Director of The Red Earth Creative Writing
MFA @ Oklahoma City University where she also
serves as advisor to Red Earth Review and as a
faculty mentor in writing pedagogy, professional
writing, and the craft of poetry.
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