Unsolicited Press invites you to a literary reading with Liz Kellebrew and Cathy Shea.
Cathryn Shea's first full-length poetry book "Genealogy Lesson for the Laity," is available from Unsolicited Press of Portland, Oregon, release date September 29, 2020.
Cathryn Shea’s poetry has been widely published and was nominated for Sundress Publication’s Best of the Net. Cathryn's fourth chapbook, "Backpack Full of Leaves," was published by Cyberwit.net in 2019 and her third chapbook, "The Secrets Hidden in a Pear Tree" was published dancing girl press in 2019. Her second chapbook, "It's Raining Lullabies" is also from dancing girl press (November 2017). Cathryn's poetry has appeared recently in New Orleans Review (web feature), Typishly, After the Pause, burntdistrict, Permafrost, Tar River Poetry, and elsewhere.
Her first chapbook, "Snap Bean," was released in 2014 by CC. Marimbo of Berkeley CA. Cathryn was a Best of the Net nominee in 2017 and she was a merit finalist for the Atlanta Review 2013 International Poetry Competition. In 2004, she received the Marjorie J. Wilson Award judged by Charles Simic. Cathryn is included in the 2012 anthology "Open to Interpretation: Intimate Landscape" and she has poems in 2017 anthologies, including "Luminous Echos" by Into The Void, and "The New English Verse" by Cyberwit.net (India). Follow her on Twitter: @cathy_shea.
Liz Kellebrew writes poetry, short fiction, and essays from the Pacific Northwest. She wrote her debut poetry book, Water Signs (Unsolicited Press), while riding the ferry between Seattle and Bainbridge Island. Her poems have appeared in public art installations and literary journals such as About Place, Room, and Writers Resist. She received The Miracle Monocle Award for Innovative Writing, and her fiction has been shortlisted for the Calvino Prize. It also appears in various anthologies and journals, including The Conium Review, The Coachella Review, and Unreal Magazine. A member of the Academy of American Poets, she holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College. Learn more at lizkellebrew.com.
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