ONLINE EVENT: Poets Bryant, Gonzalez, Taylor, and Viti
Heather C. Bryant, Octavio (Tavi) González, Pamela L. Taylor, and Lynne Viti join us to read from and discuss their poetry collections.
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ABOUT THE POETS
Heather Corbally Bryant is a Lecturer in the Writing Program at Wellesley College. She is the author of nine books of poetry; she will be reading from her two most recent books: Leaving Santorini and Practicing Yoga in a Former Shoe Factory.
Pamela L. Taylor is an assistant provost at Wellesley College whose work supports data-based decision making and assessment. She has a chapbook My Mother’s Child (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2015) and is preparing a full-length collection of poems. When Pamela is not working or writing, she’s dancing Argentine tango in the Boston area.
Octavio (Tavi) González teaches English and Creative Writing at Wellesley College. His first poetry collection, The Book of Ours, was a selection of the Letras Latinas chapbook series at the University of Notre Dame. He’s at work on a second, titled Limerence: The Wingless Hour, from which he’ll be reading some sonnets. Gonzalez’s first book of literary criticism, Misfit Modernism, is forthcoming from Penn State University Press
Lynne Viti, a graduate of Barnard College and Boston College Law School, is a senior lecturer emerita in the Writing Program at Wellesley College. Her work has appeared widely in over a hundred print and online venues. She has been awarded an honorable mention in the Allen Ginsberg Poetry Contest in 2015, the WOMR/Joe Gouveia Outermost Poetry Contest in 2017 and 2018, nominated for Massachusetts Book of the Year in 2017 and 2018, and a 2018 Pushcart Prize.