Scott Bear Don't Walk, Lewis Freedman, and Anna Moschovakis
5pm Sunday November 13th
Scott Bear Don't Walk is a member of the Apsáalooke and Bitterroot Salish tribes. He has an MFA in creative writing from New York University. He lives and writes in Lawrence Kansas.
Lewis Freedman is most recently the author of Residual Synonyms for the Name of God (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2016). He is also the author of Hold the Blue Orb, Baby and Solitude: The Complete Games, both experiments on the form of the book, as well as several chapbooks. His poems have appeared in many periodicals including Jubilat, Epiphany, Catch-Up, Try, P-Queue, and 6x6. He recently moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma and teaches at Oklahoma State University.
Anna Moschovakis’s most recent books are They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This (poems) and Bresson on Bresson (interviews with Robert Bresson, translated from the French). She is the author of two previous books of poems, You and Three Others Are Approaching a Lake and I Have Not Been Able to Get Through to Everyone, as well as numerous chapbooks. Other translations include books by Annie Ernaux, Albert Cossery, and Marcelle Sauvageot. She is a longtime member of Brooklyn-based publishing collective Ugly Duckling Presse, for which she edits several books a year and heads up the Dossier Series of investigative texts, and she recently co-founded Bushel, an art and community space in Delhi, NY. Her first novel, The Rejection of the Progress of Love, is forthcoming from Coffee House Press.