Join us for readings by Eric Baus, Noah Eli Gordon, and Andrea Rexilius!
Eric Baus is the author of four books of poetry, including The Tranquilized Tongue (City Lights 2014). A new book, How I Became a Hum, is forthcoming from Octopus in 2018. He is on the faculty at Regis University’s Mile High MFA program in Denver.
Noah Eli Gordon lives in Denver and is an associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he teaches courses in poetry, nonfiction, and publishing for their MFA program in creative writing. His most recent book, published in April of 2018 by Solid Objects, carries the long title: Is That the Sound of a Piano Coming from Several Houses Down?. Other books of his include The Word Kingdom in the Word Kingdom, The Area of Sound Called the Subtone, which was selected by Claudia Rankine for the Sawtooth Poetry Prize, and Novel Pictorial Noise, which was selected by John Ashbery for the National Poetry Series and subsequently chosen by Sesshu Foster for the San Francisco State Poetry Center Book Award.
Andrea Rexilius’ publications include three books of poetry: New Organism: Essais (Letter Machine, 2014), Half of What They Carried Flew Away (Letter Machine, 2012), and To Be Human Is To Be A Conversation (Rescue Press, 2011). She is currently Core Faculty in Poetry, and Program Coordinator, for the Mile-High MFA in Creative Writing at Regis University. She also teaches in the Poetry Collective at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver, Colorado.