EveryEye presents an Essay Press Extravaganza
It is the pleasure of EveryEye to join with Essay Press to bring you four outstanding authors in one evening.
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H. L. Hix’s recent books include poetry collections, American Anger and Rain Inscription, an art/poetry anthology, Ley Lines, and an edition of selected poems by Estonian peasant poet Juhan Liiv, Snow Drifts, I Sing, translated with Jüri Talvet. He teaches in the Philosophy Department and the Creative Writing Program at the University of Wyoming. His website is www.hlhix.com .
HR Hegnauer is the author of the book Sir (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, 2013). She is a book designer specializing in working with independent publishers as well as individual artists and writers. She is a member of the feminist publishing collaborative Belladonna* and the poets’ theater group GASP: Girls Assembling Something Perpetual. She received her MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University and her MBA in Business from the University of Denver. HR maintains a portfolio of her work at www.hrhegnauer.com.�
Selah Saterstrom is the author of the novels Slab, The Meat and Spirit Plan, and The Pink Institution. With the poet HR Hegnauer, she curates Madame Harriette Presents, an occasional performance series. She teaches and lectures across the United States, and is the director of Creative Writing at the University of Denver. Her most recent publication, Ideal Suggestions: Essays in Divinatory Poetics, was chosen by Kristin Prevallet as the winner of the inaugural Essay Press Open Book Contest.
Author of three books of poetry, A Conjoined Book (Omnidawn, 2014), Iteration Nets (Ahsahta, 2010), and Knowledge, Forms, the Aviary (Ahsahta, 2006), Karla Kelsey has received awards from the Poetry Society of America and the Fulbright Scholars Program. She edits the poetry book review website The Constant Critic, and with Aaron McCollough co-publishes SplitLevel Texts, a press specializing in hybrid genre projects. Her most recent publication, Of Sphere, was chosen by Carla Harryman as the winner of the 2016 Essay Press Open Book Contest.