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Visiting Writers Series continues with reading by award-winning poets

Sarah McKinstry-Brown and Marianne Kunkel

Sarah McKinstry-Brown and Marianne Kunkel

Two nationally known poets, Sarah McKinstry-Brown and Marianne Kunkel, will read from their latest works at Randolph’s next Visiting Writers Series event on Wednesday, February 27. The event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Lounge of Smith Memorial Building.

McKinstry-Brown is both a poet and a teacher, and is the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize and multiple Nebraska book awards. Her most recent work is entitled, This Bright Darkness (Black Lawrence Press).

Kunkel is a creative writing professor at Missouri Western State University, where she directs the creative writing program. She is the author of Hillary, Made up (Stephen F. Austin University Press), The Laughing Game (Finishing Line Press), and poems that have appeared in The Missouri Review, The Notre Dame Review, and elsewhere.

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