Lyn Coffin & Thomas Brush Readings PoetsWest @ Green Lake Public Library

Lyn Coffin & Thomas Brush Readings PoetsWest @ Green Lake Public Library

09/14/2019 – 4:00pm to 5:30pm Poetry

PoetsWest’s features the best at Green Lake Public Library each second Saturday of the month.  Our current features are Lyn Coffin & Thomas Brush.
Lyn Coffin has published over a dozen books of poetry, including Human Trappings (1980), The Poetry of Wickedness (1981), Crystals of the Unforeseen (1999), and Joseph Brodsky was Joseph Brodsky (2012). Her books of translation include the Anthology of Georgian Poetry (2013), edited by Dodona Kiziria; and White Picture (2011), selected poems by Jiri Orten translated from the Czech.  Coffin teaches literary fiction in the Continuing and Professional Education Division of the University of Washington. She is reading at the New York Poetry Festival this year then leaves for Mexico, where a bilingual book, Verde Vida (This Green Life, Pregunta Editions) will be presented at some festivals. Her book of translations will be published in the fall by Adelaide Books in New York.   Website: http://www.lyncoffin.com

 

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Thomas Brush is an award winning poet whose work is found in Books: Last Night (Lynz Press 2011) Even Money (Seapen Press, 1988),  Opening Night . (Owl Creek Press, 1981) and in the Journals: Fine Madness, Indiana Review, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Quarterly West, Tar River Poetry Review.   His book “Last Night” won the Blue Lynx Poetry Prize in 2011/

Seattle Poet Thomas Brush Wins 2011 Blue Lynx Prize

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Last Night by Thomas Brush
 PoetsWest @ Green Lake Public Library Features & Open Mic
7364 East Green Lake Dr N

Seattle, WA 98115

COVER PHOTO by Gwyn Henry

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