June 7: Bauhan Publishing Presents Three Fabulous Poets (via Zoom)

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Date(s) - June 7, 2023
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Bauhan Publishing invites you to join for a reading with three fabulous poets:

Catherine Arnold – winner of the 2022 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize
Deborah Gorlin – winner of the 2014 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize
and judge of the 2019 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize
Rebecca Kaiser Gibson – poet and judge of the 2022 May Sarton NH Poetry Prize

Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87635014035?pwd=NGZvc0tUTzJWbk90S1lMcFR3ZVR3Zz09

Catherine Arnold grew up in Cheshire, in the North West of England. After falling  in love with painting, she moved to the US to study at The  School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduating,  she exhibited and taught widely, and received awards  from The Royal Academy of Arts, Skowhegan School of  Painting and Sculpture, Flintridge Foundation and The  Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation. While making her living  as an artist, she also wrote, torn between the equally  seductive demands of words and color. Over the years,  the need to write became increasingly urgent. Her poems  and prose have appeared in The Cincinnati Review, The  Gettysburg Review, Natural Bridge, and Prairie Schooner,  among other publications. In April 2023, her debut poetry collection, Receipt for Lost Words, will be published. Catherine lives in Pennsylvania.

Deborah Gorlin is the author of two previous books of poems, BODILY COURSE, White Pine Poetry Press Prize, 1997, and LIFE OF THE GARMENT, Bauhan Publishing, winner of the 2014 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize.  Her new book of poems, OPEN FIRE, Bauhan Publishing, has been published this Spring, 2023. She has published in a wide range of journals including Poetry, American Poetry Review, Bomb, New England Review, Prairie Schooner, and Best Spiritual Writing 2000. Recent poemsappear in Plume, On the Seawall, the Ekphrastic ReviewMass Poetry, the Hard Work of HopeThe Common, and Rumors, Secrets & Lies, Swwim. Her lyric essay, “Jack of All Trades,” was published as a finalist in Calyx magazine’s 2022 Margarita Donnelly Prize for Prose Writing.  Emeritus co-director of the Writing Program at Hampshire College, she served for many years as a poetry editor at The Massachusetts Review.

Rebecca Kaiser Gibson is the author of The Promise of a Normal Life: A Novel (Arcade Publishing, 2023), Girl as Birch, (Bauhan Publishing, 2022), Opinel (Bauhan Publishing, 2015), a poetry collection, and two chapbooks Admit the Peacock and Inside the Exhibition. Rebecca has been awarded residencies at MacDowell, Vermont Studio Center, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and The Heinrich Böll Cottage in Ireland. She received a Fellowship in Poetry from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and was selected as a Fulbright Scholar to teach poetry in Hyderabad, India, 2011. She is founder and director of The Loom, Poetry in Harrisville, a poetry reading series. Rebecca taught creative writing, poetry, at Tufts University, for twenty-three years. Her poems appear in Agni; Barrow Street; Field; Green Mountains Review; Greensboro Review; The Harvard Review; Interim, Massachusetts Review; Ocean State Review; Passengers Salamander; Slate; Taos Journal of Poetry; and The Tupelo Quarterly, among others. Her poems are in two anthologies, Cadence of Hooves and The Best of the Tupelo Press 30/30 Project’s First Year.