Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Barbara Henning, John High, Tod Thilleman and Lewis Warsh

The MFA Program in Creative Writing at Long Island University

&

Spuyten Duyvil books

presents readings by

Barbara Henning
John High
Tod Thilleman
Lewis Warsh

June 12 Tuesday 6-8 PM

Bisquit BBQ
President Street & Fifth Avenue
Brooklyn, New York

Barbara Henning is the author of Smoking in the Twilight Bar (United
Artists 1988), Love Makes Thinking Dark (UA, 1995), Detective Sentences
(Spuyten Duyvil, 2001), You, Me and The Insects (SD, 2005) and My
Autobiography (UA, 2007). For many years she taught in the English
department at Long Island University. She presently lives in Tucson,
Arizona.

John High's most recent books are Here (Talisman, 2006) and Talking
God's Radio Show (Spuyten Duyvil, 2006). He is the editor of Crossing
Centuries: The New Russian Poetry (Talisman) and has co-translated
books by Russian poets Nina Iskrenko, Aleksei Parshchikov and Ivan
Zhdanov. He teaches in the MFA program at Long Island University.

Tod Thilleman is the author of numerous books of poems and the novel
Gowanus Canal, Hans Knudsen (Spuyten Duyvil, 2003). . From 1991-1999 he
was editor of Poetry New York, a journal of poetry & translation. He is
editor and publisher of Spuyten Duyvil Books.

Lewis Warsh's most recent books are The Origin of the World (Creative
Arts, 2001) and Ted's Favorite Skirt (Spuyten Duyvil, 2002). A new
novel, A Place in the Sun, is forthcoming from Spuyten Duyvil, and a
new book of poems, Inseparable: Poems 1995-2005 is forthcoming from
Granary, He is director of the MFA program in creative writing at Long
Island University.