The Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives invites you to Online Poetry: Medicine for the Soul featuring poet Margo Stever on Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. This event will be hosted virtually through The Stockbridge Library Zoom account.
In 2019, CavanKerry Press published her full-length book, Cracked Piano, and Kattywompus Press published her chapbook, Ghost Moose. Her other poetry collections include The Lunatic Ball, Kattywompus Press (2015); The Hudson Line, Main Street Rag (2012); Frozen Spring, winner of the 2002 Mid-List Press First Series Award for Poetry; and Reading the Night Sky, winner of the 1996 Riverstone Press Chapbook Prize (Introduction by Denise Levertov).
Margo Stever’s poems have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies including Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Verse Daily, Plume Poetry Journal, Salamander, STATOREC, Canary Literary Journal, upstreet, Poetry Flash; Blackbird; Poem-A-Day, poets.org, Academy of American Poets; Prairie Schooner; New England Review; West Branch, Cincinnati Review, New England Review, Rattapallax; and in numerous anthologies including Women Write Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence and No More Masks.
She is the founding and current co-editor of Slapering Hol Press and the founder of the Hudson Valley Writers Center (www.writerscenter.org). Under the auspices of the Writers Center, Margo has taught poetry for the last several at Children’s Village, a residential school for at-risk children and adolescents in Dobbs Ferry, New York. As Adjunct Assistant Professor, she will teach a course and workshop on Poetry and Bioethics during the January 2021 intercession for the Bioethics Department at Case Western Reserve University. For more information, please see: www.margotaftstever.com.