Join us on August 10th for a poetry reading with Henrietta Goodman, Ryan Scariano, CL Young, and Megan Williams
Friday, August 10th at 7 PM
The Linen Building
1402 W Grove St, Boise
$3 suggested donation for Cabin members and students, $5 everyone else.
Henrietta Goodman is the author of All That Held Us, a memoir-based sequence of linked Italian sonnets published in 2018 as winner of the John Ciardi Prize from BkMk Press at the University of Missouri. Her first book, Take What You Want, won the Beatrice Hawley Award from Alice James Books and was published in 2007; her second book, Hungry Moon, was published in 2013 by the Mountain West Poetry Series at Colorado State University. She has received grants and residencies from the Montana Arts Council, the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Boyden Wilderness Writing Residency, Fishtrap, and the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center. Her poems and essays have recently been featured on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily, and published in New England Review, Mid-American Review, Gulf Coast, Field, Guernica, Massachusetts Review, 32 Poems, and other journals. She lives in Missoula and teaches at the University of Montana and at Texas Tech University.
Ryan Scariano‘s chapbook, Smithereens, was published by Imperfect Press. Some of his recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Phantom Drift; Basalt; Heart of the Rat: An Anthology; Verde Que Te Quiero Verde: Poems After Frederico Garcia Lorca; and Bright Bones: Contemporary Montana Writing. He has an MFA from Eastern Washington University and teaches at Eastern Oregon University. Find him at ryanscariano.com.
CL Young is the author of two chapbooks, including What Is Revealed When I Reveal It to You (dancing girl press, 2018). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lana Turner, the PEN Poetry Series, Pinwheel, Sixth Finch, The Volta, and elsewhere. She holds an MFA from Colorado State University and recently moved back to Boise.
Megan Williams is a hairy mama arts administratrix and poet. She makes literary things happen at The Cabin, a center for readers & writers. Once upon a time, she received an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and her poems appeared in journals like Tin House, PANK, Vinyl Poetry, etc. Now she mostly confronts her abiding nostalgia for LiveJournal at http://selfperformancewith.tumblr.com