Poets Marsha de la O and ASU associate professor Sally Ball will be reading from their latest poem collections at Changing Hands Phoenix. De la O presents her Isabella Gardner Award-winning collection Antidote for Night. Sally Ball presents her latest collection, Wreck Me. The event takes place on Saturday, October 15 at 7 p.m. For more information, please visit the Changing Hands website or the Facebook event.
MARSHA DE LA O holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Vermont College. Her latest book, Antidote for Night, won the 2015 Isabella Gardner Award and was published by BOA Editions. Her first book, Black Hope, was awarded the New Issues Press Poetry Prize and an Editor’s Choice Small Press Book Award. Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Apercus Quarterly, Bosque, and the New Yorker. She lives in Ventura, California, with her husband, poet and editor Phil Taggart. Together, they produce poetry readings and events in Ventura County and are also the editors and publishers of the literary journal Askew.
SALLY BALL is the author of Wreck Me and Annus Mirabilis. She has published essays and reviews in NOR, Pleiades, the Review of Contemporary Fiction, The Volta, and elsewhere. Her poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Ecotone, Harvard Review, and other magazines, as well as online at Narrative and Slate, and in The Best American Poetry. An associate professor of English at Arizona State University, Ball is also an associate director of Four Way Books. She has received fellowships from the Arizona Commission on the Arts, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, CAMAC Centre d’Art, the James Merrill House, and the Ucross Foundation.
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