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Malvern presents: An Afternoon with D.R. Goodman, Cyrus Cassells & Lisa Huffaker

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An Afternoon with D.R. Goodman, Cyrus Cassells & Lisa Huffaker

WHEN:

January 25, 2015 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

COST:

Free

READING

Join us for an afternoon with poets D.R. Goodman, Cyrus Cassells and Lisa Huffaker.

A native of East Tennessee, D.R. Goodman now lives in Oakland, California, where she is founder and chief instructor at a martial arts school. Her poetry has appeared in such journals as CrazyhorseNotre Dame ReviewTexas ReviewCold Mountain ReviewWhitefish Review, and many others; in the anthology, Sonnets: 150 Contemporary Sonnets, edited by William Baer; and now in her full-length volume, Greed: A Confession, newly released from Able Muse Press. She is also the author of The Kids’ Karate Workbook: A Take-Home Training Guide for Young Martial Artists (North Atlantic/Blue Snake Books); and an illustrated chapbook, Birds by the Bay.

Cyrus Cassells is the author of The Crossed-Out Swastika (Copper Canyon Press, 2012); More Than Peace and Cypresses (Copper Canyon Press, 2004);Beautiful Signor (Copper Canyon Press, 1997), which won the Lambda Literary Award; Soul Make a Path Through Shouting (Copper Canyon Press, 1994), which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize; and The Mud Actor(Henry, Holt & Co., 1982), which was a National Poetry Series selection. Cassells is the recipient of a 1995 Pushcart Prize, the Peter I.B. Lavan Younger Poets Award, and fellowships from the Lannan Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. He teaches poetry at the Texas State University-San Marcos for the MFA in writing program.

Since winning Southwest Review’s Morton Marr Poetry Prize in 2008, Lisa Huffaker’s poems have been published or are forthcoming in Southwest ReviewPoet LoreMeasureSouthern Poetry ReviewMezzo CamminThe Texas ObserverAble Muse, and Southern Humanities Review, which recently nominated her for the Pushcart Prize. Lisa’s primary background is classical singing; she holds a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the New England Conservatory, and has sung with The Dallas Opera since 1999. She teaches creative writing at Yavneh Academy of Dallas.