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Author Archives: mcbattiste
Michele Battiste, author of Ink for an Odd Cartography and the forthcoming Uprising (2013) will be reading at Yellow Pine on Wednesday, April 4 at 7pm.
Battiste will read new work to honor the night’s theme, “Smoke and Mirrors: Deception, Embellishment, Reflection.”
Malinda Miller and Clarissa Cutrell will also be reading.
Wild Sage Community House
1650 Zamia Avenue, Boulder, CO
Doors open at 6:45 p.m.
Good Words ~ Good Company ~ Average Wine ~ Tight Parking
Yellow Pine Readings are free and open to the public
Michele Battiste’s poem “Acknowledgment” was awarded the 2010 Carlos Humberto Ibañez Arias Memorial Prize from the Poetry Society of Virginia. Anna Journey was the judge. Michele’s first full-length collection of poems, Ink for an Odd Cartography, was a finalist for the St. Lawrence Book award and was released by Black Lawrence Press in 2009.
In case you missed it, Michele Battiste’s poem “Splitting the Distance, an Advanced Application of Goldbach’s Conjecture” was on Verse Daily on Monday!
Check out Black Lawrence poet Michele Battiste on the poetics journal/blog/platform Delirous Hem. Michele chimes in on the forum “This is What a Feminist [Poet] Looks Like” along with eleven other poets including Stephanie Strickland, Jennifer Bartlett, and Kirsten Kaschock. Also, you can surf by PoemFlesh2: Dialogue to read a recent interview with Michele.
Michele Battiste won a 2008 Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prize for two poems: “Daedalus’ Blueprint” and “Preparing the Unborn Child.” The prize came with a $1,000 cash prize.
Michele’s first full-length collection of poems, Ink for an Odd Cartography, will soon be released by BLP. She teaches poetry writing for Gotham Writers’ Workshops.