Oklahoma State University Writer’s Night
September 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us for an evening of poetry and storytelling with three outstanding writers from Oklahoma State University. This event is free and open to the public.
Lisa Lewis has published six books of poetry, most recently The Body Double (Georgetown Review Press, 2016) and Taxonomy of the Missing (The Word Works, 2018). Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, New England Review, South Dakota Review, Four Way Review, James Dickey Review, Florida Review, and elsewhere. She teaches creative writing at Oklahoma State University and serves as poetry editor for the Cimarron Review.
Dinah Cox’s two short story collections are Remarkable, published in 2016 as the winner of the fourth annual BOA Short Fiction Prize, and The Canary Keeper, from PANK Books this past spring. Her individual stories have appeared in a number of publications, including StoryQuarterly, Prairie Schooner, Cream City Review, Quarterly West, Copper Nickel, and online at the Texas Observer and Gulf Coast. She teaches at Oklahoma State in Stillwater, where she’s also an Associate Editor at Cimarron Review.
Colin Pope grew up in the Adirondacks. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Slate, Rattle, The Cortland Review, Ninth Letter, West Branch, and Best New Poets, among others, and he’s the recipient of two Academy of American Poets prizes. Colin’s debut poetry collection, Why I Didn’t Go to Your Funeral, was released in 2019 from Tolsun Books, and his manuscript Prayer Book for an American God was a finalist for the 2018 Louise Bogan Award and the 2019 St. Lawrence Award. He is a PhD candidate at Oklahoma State University and serves on the editorial staffs of Cimarron Review and Nimrod International.