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ASU to Host Texas Poet Laureate

April 03, 2013

Angelo State University will host Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale for a public reading of  her works on Thursday, April 11, in Room 100 of the Cavness Science Building, 2460 Dena Drive.

The reading will begin at 7 p.m. and is open free to the public.  The Texas poet laureate for 2012-13, Seale is the author of seven volumes of poetry, including her latest, Nape, published by Ink Brush Press.  She has also written two short fiction, three nonfiction and nine children’s books, and her work has been published in The Yale Review, Texas Monthly magazine and Newsday.

While she is on the ASU campus, Seale will also visit the creative writing English classes taught by Dr. Chris Ellery and Dr. Terry Dalrymple.

A recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Creative Writing, Seale teaches memoir and creative writing workshops in the Rio Grande Valley and for writing groups and learning centers throughout the nation.

For more information about the reading, call the ASU English and Modern Languages Department at 325-942-2273.


English and Modern Languages