Writer-in-Residence Reading: Jimin Han, Shara McCallum, an..

Sunday July 21, 2019

3:30 PM Hall of Philosophy

Jimin Han was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up in Providence, Dayton, and Jamestown, NY. A Small Revolution, her first novel, was among Entropy’s Best Fiction of 2017, Pleiades Editors’ Choice 2017, and Electric Literature’s list of Ten Galvanizing Books About Political Protest. She teaches at The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. Website | Twitter: @jiminhanwriter

From Jamaica, Shara McCallum is the author of five books, published in the US and UK, most recently Madwoman, winner of the 2018 OCM Bocas Poetry Prize for Caribbean Literature and the 2018 Sheila Margaret Motton Book Prize. She is a Liberal Arts Professor of English at Penn State University and was most recently a writer-in-residence at Chautauqua in 2017.

Abraham Smith is the author of five poetry collections — most recently, Destruction of Man — and the co-editor of Hick Poetics. A former fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center, he lives in Utah, where he teaches creative writing at Weber State University.

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