Today we have some exciting news from past contributor Aimée Baker. Aimée’s manuscript, Doe, won the 2016 Akron Poetry Prize and is available for purchase. Doe documents the stories of missing and unidentified women in the United States, and has received high praise from Allison Joseph, the 2016 Akron Poetry Prize judge, who labeled it a “game changer” and “silence eliminator.” You can purchase a copy here.
Aimée read in our SR reading series in spring 2008. Congratulations!
We hope that you all remembered to mark you calendars for today’s amazing Superstition Review reading series featuring ASU Virginia G. Piper Center Creative Writers Charles Jensen, Beth Staples, Aimee Baker, Matthew Brennan, and Marqueshia Wilson.
The reading will be held today at 2 p.m. on the ASU Polytechnic campus in Cooley Ballroom B. To view directions to the Polytechnic campus, please click here.
Feel free to visit the Virginia G. Piper Center website to learn more about what they do, and please click on the names above to learn a little more about each writer. To learn about future readings sponsored by Superstition Review, please click here.
Hope to see you there!