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WSU Visting Writers Series presents Sarah Vap


 

 

PULLMAN – The WSU Department of English Visiting Writers Series will present poet Sarah Vap reading from her recent work at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 3, in Kimbrough Music Building, Room 101.

 

Vap is the author of “Dummy Fire,” which won the 2006 Saturnalia Poetry Prize, and “American Spikenard,” which received the 2006 Iowa Poetry Prize. Her upcoming book, “Faulkner’s Rosary,” is scheduled for publication by Saturnalia Books in 2010. She is co-editor of poetry for the online journal “42 Opus” and lives with her husband and their two sons on the Olympic Peninsula.

 

Refreshments will be provided by WSU’s English Club and the student-produced literary and fine arts journal, “LandEscapes.”

 

Vap is the author of “Dummy Fire,” which won the 2006 Saturnalia Poetry Prize, and “American Spikenard,” which received the 2006 Iowa Poetry Prize. Her upcoming book, “Faulkner’s Rosary,” is scheduled for publication by Saturnalia Books in 2010.

 

She is co-editor of poetry for the online journal “42 Opus” and lives with her husband and their two sons on the Olympic Peninsula.

 

Refreshments will be provided by WSU’s English Club and the student-produced literary and fine arts journal, “LandEscapes.”

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