Come take in some poetry on a Sunday afternoon this spring!
The Silo Series is proud to present three powerful voices on Sunday, May 15 -- Kate Hanson Foster, Erica Plouffe Lazure, and Lily Greenberg.
The event is free ($5/person suggested donation), but we ask that you register to save yourself a spot.
Kate Hanson Foster is the author of Mid Drift, a finalist for the Massachusetts Center for the Book Award. Her writing has appeared in Birmingham Poetry Review, Comstock Review, Harpur Palate, Poet Lore, Salamander, Tupelo Quarterly, and elsewhere. A recipient of the NEA Parent Fellowship through the Vermont Studio Center, she lives and writes in Groton, Massachusetts.
Erica Plouffe Lazure is the author of a short story collection, Proof of Me + Other Stories (New American Press, 2022) and two flash fiction chapbooks, Sugar Mountain (2020) and Heard Around Town (2015). Her fiction is published in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, Carve, Greensboro Review, Meridian, American Short Fiction, The MacGuffin, The Southeast Review, Phoebe, Fiction Southeast, Flash: the International Short-Short Story Magazine (UK), Hippocampus Magazine, The Iron Horse Literary Review, and elsewhere. She lives and teaches in Exeter, NH and can be found online at www.ericaplouffelazure.com
Lily Greenberg is a poet from Nashville, Tennessee. She is the author of In the Shape of a Woman (Broadstone Books, 2022), and her work has appeared in Kissing Dynamite Poetry, About Place Journal, and Third Coast Magazine, among others. A 2021 Breadloaf Scholar and the 2021 recipient of the Dick Shea Memorial Award for Poetry, Lily earned her MFA at the University of New Hampshire and currently lives in Portland, Maine. Find more of her work at lily-greenberg.com and on Twitter: @lily_greenberg.
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