The Lindsay-Crane Center for Writing and Literature will host poet Elizabeth Coleman at noon on Oct. 22, 2013, in the Pritchard Room of the library.
Coleman’s first chapbook, The Saint of Lost Things was published in 2009 with her latest work, Let my Ears Be Open, being published earlier this year. She was a featured reader at Periodically Speaking: Literary Magazine Editors Introduce Emerging Writers at the New York Public Library.
Coleman has been featured in Connecticut Review, Per Contra, 32 Poems, The Raintown Review, Blueline, Legal Studies Forum, “J” Journal, and The Lyric and Contemporary Rhyme.
Coleman translated Lee Slonimsky’s poetry collection Pythagoras in Love into French with the help of her French Literature degree from Swarthmore College. She also holds a law degree from University of Pennsylvania and is the founder/president of Stress Management Solutions, Ltd. as well as the Beatrice R. and Joseph A. Coleman Foundation.
Coleman’s appearance is free and open to the public.
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