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Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring Julie Danho

Julie Danho’s first full-length collection, Those Who Keep Arriving, won the 2018 Gerald Cable Book Award from Silverfish Review Press. Her chapbook, Six Portraits, received the 2013 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Award, and her poems have appeared in journals such as Pleiades, Alaska Quarterly Review, Blackbird, and New Ohio Review as well as featured on The Writer's Almanac,…

Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring James Davis

James Davis is the author of Club Q (The Waywiser Press, 2020), which won the 15th annual Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, selected by Edward Hirsch. His poems have been anthologized in two installments of Best New Poets (2011 and 2019), as well as numerous magazines and journals, including Copper Nickel, American Literary Review, The Gay & Lesbian Review, 32 Poems, Cream City Review, and Hobart. He…

Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring Kathyrn Petrucelli

Kathryn Petruccelli is a bi-coastal performer and writer with an M.A. in teaching English language learners. She’s passionate about getting contemporary poetry, particularly that of poets of color, in front of youth. Journals her work has appeared in include The Southern Review, The Massachusetts Review, New Ohio Review, Rattle, Ruminate, River Teeth’s Beautiful Things, Poet Lore, Catamaran Literary…

Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring Angela Dribben

Angie Dribben’s debut collection, Everygirl, a finalist for the 2020 Broadkill Review Dogfish Head Prize, is out with Main Street Rag. She is a Bread Loaf alum (2018 Poetry Contributor),and holds an MFA Randolph College. She currently serves as Vice President of the Poetry Society of Virginia’s West Region. Angie is founder of Virginia Women’s…

Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring Theresa Wyatt

Theresa Wyatt is a poet, former visual artist and a retired teacher. She was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. She holds a Master's Degree in Art Education from SUNY Buffalo State where she attended the Siena, Italy Study Abroad Program. Her work has been widely published in various journals and magazines, among them:…

Inquiry – The Power of Poetry featuring Perry Nicholas

Perry S. Nicholas is a recently-retired English professor at SUNY Erie Community College in Buffalo, N.Y., where he was awarded the 2008 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Scholarship and Creative Activities and the 2011 President’s Award for Classroom Instruction. He received the SGA’s Outstanding Teacher Award on two occasions. He has been a guest lecturer at Daemen College, Villa Maria…