Philip Stephens is the author of a novel, Miss Me When I'm Gone (Penguin/Plume, 2011); a collection of poems, The Determined Days (The Overlook Press, 2000), which was a finalist for the PEN Center USA West Award; and a chapbook, The Signalmen, the recipient of the Hanks Chapbook Award from the St. Louis Poetry Center. His poems are included in American Poetry: The Next Generation (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2000), Phoenix Rising: The Next Generation of Expansive Poetry (Word Press, 2005), and Blank Verse (Ohio University Press, 2007), and they have appeared in The North American Review, The Oxford American, and The Southwest Review, as well as other publications. His prose has been published in The Oxford American, Bomb, and Best Music Writing 2004 (Da Capo Press, 2004). His most recent poem appeared in Mead, and a short story, "You Don't Belong Here," is forthcoming in Kansas City Noir (Akashic, November 2012). He lives with his wife and two sons in Kansas City, Missouri. Tasha Haas writes fiction and teaches English, creative writing and children's literature at Kansas City Kansas Community College. She has more than twelve years experience teaching at the university level, and has also conducted workshops in fiction, poetry, and experimental writing at local arts centers, public libraries, and elsewhere. She taught fiction writing as an adjunct instructor at the University of Kansas for eight years, and has also worked free-lance as an editor and writing consultant on novel, memoir, non-fiction, and poetry manuscripts. In addition to her new book, Certain Dawn, Inevitable Dawn, published by Woodley Press in December 2010, Tasha's writing has been published in several literary magazines including Conjunctions, Coal City Review, Flint Hills Review, South Dakota Review, Stickman Review, and elsewhere. She earned her M.F.A. in Fiction Writing from Bowling Green State. This event features music by Run Little Rabbit. (caracabe)
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