Barbara Henning Reading in Detroit

Ugly Duckling Presse: Detroit
Christopher Stackhouse
Francine Harris
Barbara Henning
Christine Hume
Saturday, April 19, 2014
7 PM
Salt & Cedar Letterpress
2448 Riopelle Street

Ugly Duckling Presse
Salt & Cedar Letterpress

FRANCINE J. HARRIS’s first collection, *allegiance*, reached the number one spot on the national poetry bestseller's list and was a finalist for the 2013 Kate Tufts Discovery Award and the PEN Open Book Award. Originally from Detroit, she is a Cave Canem fellow and is the Front Street Writers Writer-in-Residence in Traverse City, Michigan for the 2013/14 school year. 

CHRISTINE HUME is the author of three books, most recently *Shot* (Counterpath, 2010), and three chapbooks, *Lullaby: Speculations on the First Active Sense* (UDP, 2008), *Ventifacts* (Omnidawn, 2012), and *Hum* (Dikembe, 2014). She teaches in the interdisciplinary creative writing program at Eastern Michigan University. Detroit native 

CHRISTOPHER STACKHOUSE is author of a chapbook *Slip* (Corollary); co-author of image/text collaboration with John Keene, *Seismosis* (1913); and most recently, a volume of poems, *Plural* (Counterpath). He is contributing editor at FENCE, BOMB, and VANITAS magazines. Stackhouse is a founding member of the roving artists-in-residence project This Red Door. He teaches at the Maryland Institute College of Art. 

 BARBARA HENNING is the author of three novels and seven books of poetry. Her most recent are two collections of poetry and prose, A Swift Passage from Quale Press (2013) and Cities and Memory from Chax Press (2010). A former Detroiter, she has lived in New York City since 1983.

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