David Hernandez’s “On Speaker”

Hear David Hernandez’s poem “On Speaker” published by Linebreak, and read by Daniel Hefko.

David Hernandez “On Speaker”

Next week I will be reading with David Hernandez with the Marin Poetry Center next at Falkirk Cultural Center, 1408 Mission, San Rafael. Doors open at 7:00, reading begins at 7:30. Light refreshments.

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David Hernandez‘s most recent book of poetry, Hoodwinked (Sarabande Books, 2011), won the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry. Dear, Sincerely—his new collection—is forthcoming Spring 2016 as part of the Pitt Poetry Series. His other books include Always Danger (SIU Press, 2006), winner of the Crab Orchard Series, and A House Waiting for Music (Tupelo Press, 2003). David’s awards include an NEA Literature Fellowship and a Pushcart Prize. His poems have appeared in FIELD, The Southern Review, Ploughshares, The Threepenny Review, and The Best American Poetry 2013. He is also the author of two YA novels, No More Us for You and Suckerpunch, both published by HarperCollins. David teaches creative writing at California State University, Long Beach and at California State University, Fullerton. He lives in Long Beach and is married to writer Lisa Glatt.

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Tiffany Midge is the recipient of the Kenyon Review Earthworks Prize for Indigenous Poetry for The Woman Who Married a Bear (University of New Mexico Press), and the Diane Decorah Memorial Poetry Award for Outlaws, Renegades and Saints; Diary of a Mixed-up Halfbreed (Greenfield Review Press). Her work has appeared in North American Review, Florida Review, South Dakota Review, Shenandoah, and the online journals No Tell Motel and Drunken Boat. Tiffany has published creative nonfiction in The Butter, and Sovereign Bodies, and her essays received Pushcart Prize nominations from The Raven Chronicles and Yellow Medicine Review. An enrolled Standing Rock Sioux, she holds an MFA from University of Idaho and is Poet Laureate of Moscow, Idaho. Tiffany is writing the Great American (Indian) Novel about contemporary, urban Native life, Sex, Lies, and Frybread, a Dramedy.

 

 

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