The editors of Asheville Poetry Review, Ploughshares, and the University of Arkansas Press will give a reading as part of the Master of Fine Arts Summer Residency.
Keith Flynn is founder and managing editor of The Asheville Poetry Review and author of five collections of poetry, The Talking Drum, The Book of Monsters, The Lost Sea, The Golden Ratio, and Colony Collapse Disorder, and a collection of essays, The Rhythm Method, Razzmatazz and Memory: How To Make Your Poetry Swing.
Ladette Randolph is editor-in-chief of Ploughshares and the author of four books: two novels, Haven’s Wake and the award-winning A Sandhills Ballad, the short story collection, This Is Not the Tropics, and a memoir, forthcoming in 2014.
Enid Shomer is the author of the novel The Twelve Rooms of the Nile, the short story collections Tourist Season and Imaginary Men, and the poetry collections Stalking the Florida Panther, Stars at Noon, Black Drum, and This Close to the Earth.
All summer residency readings are held in the Schar College of Education Building, Ronk Lecture Hall unless otherwise noted.