The next Writers at Studio Eleven reading series will feature Angie Hogan and Kevin McFadden and will be Monday, Monday, April 7, at 7 p.m. at the Studio Eleven Gallery in Lexington.
The event is free and open to the public, and books will be available for sale. Refreshments also will be served. Writers at Studio Eleven is co-sponsored by Washington and Lee's Glasgow Endowment and Dabney S. Lancaster Community College.
Hogan's poetry has been published widely in journals, including "The Antioch Review," "Ploughshares," "Bellingham Review" and "The Virginia Quarterly Review," among others. Her work also appears in "The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume VI: Tennessee."
She works in the acquisitions department at the University of Virginia Press and lives near Charlottesville with her husband, the poet Kevin McFadden.
McFadden is the author of "Hardscrabble," which received the Fellowship of Southern Writers' George Garrett Award for New Writing and the Great Lakes Colleges Association's New Writing Award. His poems have appeared in a wide variety of journals, including "American Letters & Commentary," "Denver Quarterly," "Fence" and "Kenyon Review."
He was selected to read in the 92nd Street Y's Ninth Muse Poetry Series by then United States Poet Laureate Kay Ryan. He works at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.
There will be shorter readings by Iyan Roseborough '16 from VMI and W&L students Jok Asiyo '16, Walter Ramsey '14 and Josy Tarantini '15 and from SubTerra, Peggy McCaulley and Sharon Mueller.
Studio Eleven is located at 11 S. Jefferson St. in downtown Lexington. The artist exhibiting his work during the April event is Rex Russell.
The Writers at Studio Eleven event is coordinated by Mattie Quesenberry Smith of DSLCC and Lesley Wheeler of W&L.