The events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Professor Jonathan Fink at email@example.com.
Allen Joseph's presentation will take place at 6:00pm (reception at 5:30pm) on Wednesday, October 9 at the Institute for Human and Machine Cognitiion, 40 S. Alcaniz Street, Pensacola.
From the cover of Ritual and Sacrifice in the Corrida: The Saga of Cesar Rincon, University Press of Florida, 2002:
Allen Josephs is a world-renowned Hemingway scholar and past president of the Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society. His published works on Spanish culture include White Wall of Spain: The Mysteries of Andalusian Culture, four critical editions of the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca, and numerous articles in the Atlantic, New Republic, and New York Times Book Review, among others. He has been University Research Professor at the University of West Florida since 1986 [where he began teaching in 1969]. Josephs has been awarded the George B Smith Arts and Letters Award by the National Association of Taurine Clubs [for Ritual and Sacrifice] and was recently conferred an honorary membership in The Taurine Bibliophiles of America for his "outstanding contributions to taurine scholarship."
Elizabeth Bradfield's reading will take place from 7:30-8:30pm (reception at 7:00) on Thursday, March 27 in the Argo Athletic Club (Building 54/ Room 164
Elizabeth Bradfield is the author of Interpretive Work (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, 2008), which won the Audre Lorde Award and was a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, and Approaching Ice (Persea Books, 2010), a book of poems about Arctic and Antarctic exploration that was a finalist for the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets. Bradfield's poetry has been published in The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, Field, The Believer, Orion,and elsewhere. This Assignment is So Gay: LGBTIQ Poets on Teaching, Open the Door: How to Excite Young People About Poetry, The Ecopoetry Antholgoy, New Poets of the American West and other athologies have included her work. She has been awarded fellowships and scholarships from Stanford University's Wallace Stegner Fellowship program, the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference, the Vermont Studio Center, and elsewhere. For 2012 - 2014, she will be the Jacob Ziskind Visiting Poet-in-Residence at Brandeis University. (Photo credit: Ken Knowles)
The Troubadour Release Party and Reading will take place from 7:30-8:30pm (reception at 7:00) on Thursday, April 10 in the Argo Athletic Club (Building 54/ Room 164)
The Department of English and World Languages is pleased to sponsor Troubadour, the student-edited literary journal of UWF. More information is available here.