In her debut poetry collection, What Woman That Was: Poems for Mary Dyer, poet and early American literature scholar Anne Myles writes both about and from the perspective of Mary Dyer, a 17th-century Quaker martyr who played a central role in the Antinomian controversy. Myles, a Professor Emeritus of English at UNI, has published poems recently in journals including Split Rock Review, Thimble Literary Magazine and The Ekphrastic Review.
This event will be held in the Hearst Center Sculpture Garden (Mae Latta Hall if weather requires). The open mic starts at 7:00 (bring your best five minutes of creative writing) and the featured reading starts at 7:30. The featured reading will also be Zoomcast live. Sign up to Zoom in at: https://uni.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0lduivrj8oG92ZUeGvm7EjSIy9DKb8rkuZ
Sponsored by the Department of Languages & Literatures, Final Thursday Press, the Hearst Center for the Arts and the College of Humanities, Arts & Sciences.