Emily Leibowitz, Kristi Maxwell, and Ruth Williams
5pm Sunday October 7th
Emily Liebowitz grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. A graduate
of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, she is the Author of National Park
(Gramma, 2018) and the chapbook In Any Map (Songcave, 2015). She lives
in Brooklyn where she co-edits LVNG Magazine and serves on the board of
the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP).
Maxwell is the author of six books of poetry, including Bright and
Hurtless (Ahsahta Press, Oct. 2018). Her most recent work appears in
Bennington Review, Black Warrior Review, and Boston Review. She is an
assistant professor of English at the University of Louisville.
Williams is the author of Flatlands (2018) and Conveyance (2012). Her
poetry has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, jubilat, Pleiades and
Third Coast, among others. Ruth holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from
Eastern Washington University and a Ph.D. in English Literature and
Creative Writing from the University of Cincinnati. Currently, she is an
assistant professor of English at William Jewell College and an editor
for Bear Review.