Lynnell Edwards will be joining me on the radio hour Thursday [8.28.14] with “Kings of the Rock and Roll Hot Shop (Or, What Breaks)”
Lynnell Major Edwards is the author of three collections of poetry, most recentlyCovet (October, 2011), and also The Farmer’s Daughter (2003) and The Highwayman’s Wife (2007), all from Red Hen Press. Her short fiction and book reviews have appeared most recently in Connecticut Review, American Book Review, Pleiades, New Madrid, and others. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky where, since 2010 she has been president of Louisville Literary Arts, a non-profit literary arts organization that sponsors the monthly InKY reading series and The Writer’s Block Festival. She is also Associate Professor of English at Spalding University. She also teaches creative writing at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and is available for readings and workshops in a variety of settings.
Her Chapbook, “Kings of the Rock and Roll Hot Shop” was released this year by Accent’s Publishing, but was researched intensively at Flame Run Gallery in 2010 at their Market Street location. Edwards explores all aspects of glassmaking with a concise 17 poems. All senses. All meditations–From process and history to the methodological clutter and clean up, Edwards paints a full canvas of the art of glass shaping as colorful and beautifully transparent as the glass she describes.
Tune in Thursday at 1pm on artFM to hear live readings and discussion.
Deadlines Approaching. I repeat. Deadlines:
September 1st: Radar
Women only 3-6 unpublished poems.
September 30th: New Southerner
fiction, non-fiction, poetry
October 1st: American Literary Review
short fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry
October 15: Writer’s Block
1-3 unpublished poems
***Writers Block will also begin accepting reservations for workshops on September 1st. HERE