The Silo Series is honored to present these three writers on Saturday, Jan. 13, in The Word Barn. The event is open to all. $5 suggested donation. wine/beer/coffee/treats — suggested donation
Meg Day is the 2015-2016 recipient of the Amy Lowell Poetry Travelling Scholarship, a 2013 recipient of an NEA Fellowship in Poetry, and the author of Last Psalm at Sea Level (Barrow Street 2014), winner of the Barrow Street Poetry Prize and the Publishing Triangle’s Audre Lorde Award, and a finalist for the 2016 Kate Tufts Discovery Award from Claremont Graduate University. Day is Assistant Professor of English & Creative Writing at Franklin & Marshall College and lives in Lancaster, Pa. www.megday.com
David Moloney is a contributing writer for Assignment Online Magazine. He earned an MFA in Fiction from The Mountainview Writer’s Group, where he was the recipient of the Lynn Safford Memorial Prize. His poetry has appeared in four editions of The Offering and his current manuscript, Barkerhouse Stories, is represented by Alexa Stark at Trident Media Group. He teaches writing at UMass Lowell and resides in Lowell with his wife and two children.
Michael Brosnan is the author The Sovereignty of the Accidental (Harbor Mountain Press, 2017), which poet Naomi Shihab Nye describes as a “stunning book… poems which stir language, memory, momentary intense awareness, to give us back the bracing joy of clear thinking.” Brosnan’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals, including Confrontation, New Letters, Barrow Street, Prairie Schooner, The Moth, and Rattle. He is also the author of Against the Current, a book on inner-city education for kids at risk of dropping out, serves at the senior editor for Teaching While White (www.teachingwhilewhite.org), and writes often on issues in education. He is a graduate of the UNH Writing Program and lives in Exeter, N.H.