Friday, February 1, 2013

McHugh/Jones/Chappell River, 2.3.13

This Tuesday, three poets from New Orleans make the brilliant journey to Baton Rouge. Please join them at the River for an evening of poetry and gaiety:

Megan McHugh splits her time working as a garden teacher with the Edible Schoolyard, and being a super-senior in the MFA program at the University of New Orleans.  

Kelly Jones lives in New Orleans, but really she's from North Carolina. Currently she is an MFA candidate at the University of New Orleans where she teaches freshman composition and works as an associate poetry editor for Bayou Magazine.

Carrie Chappell is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. Currently, she serves as Associate Editor for Bayou Magazine. Her poems have previously appeared in Boxcar Poetry ReviewBateau PressDIG Baton RougeThe Offending Adam, and Thrush Poetry Journal. New work is forthcoming in Evening Will Come and Iowa Review. She lives in New Orleans.
The reading begins at 8 PM, downtown at Boudreaux & Thibodeaux's on Third St.

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