Studio A With Paco Marquez, Eva Saavedra, and Elizabeth Whittlesey

Submitted by Danielle Smith on Sat, 12 Sep 2015, 10:34am

The following is a recording of live readings by Paco Marquez, Eva Saavedra, and Elizabeth Whittlesey. Paco is poetry editor at Washington Square. He’s been featured as Lo-Writer of the Week in Juan Felipe Herrera’s California Poet Laureate website, and he recently completed an MFA in poetry at NYU. His work has appeared in, and Apogee, among others. Eva has an MFA in writing and translation from Columbia's School of the Arts. Her chapbook, Thirst, was selected by Marilyn Hacker for the Poetry Society of America's 2014 New York Chapbook Fellowship. Her poetry has appeared in Callaloo, Catch-Up, The Acentos Review, Generations, Prick of the Spindle, and Apogee Journal. Elizabeth was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, and lives in New York City, New York. Her work has appeared in journals including Gulf Coast, jubilat, Boston Review, POOL, Two Serious Ladies, and BETTER. Disclaimer: Some of the works read in the program contain profanity and deal with sensitive material. The views expressed in this show do no express the views of WKCR, its Board of Directors, or the Trustees of Columbia University.

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Sunday, August 23, 2015
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