Gottshall and Katz read poetry and translation
Coming within 24 hours to a coffee shop hopefully near you! Poet Karin Gottshall and translator Michael Katz will read from their most recent work. The event will take place on January 22, 7:00pm, at Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe (24 Merchants Row, Middlebury, VT). On behalf of all NER afternoon interns: see you there!
Karin Gottshall‘s new book, The River Won’t Hold You, won the Ohio State University Press/The Journal Award in Poetry. Her first book, Crocus, won the Poets Out Loud Prize in 2007 (Fordham University Press). She is also the author of three poetry chapbooks: Flood Letters, Almanac for the Sleepless, and Swan.
Michael R. Katz recently published The Kreutzer Sonata Variations, a compilation that includes his new translation of Tolstoy’s Kreutzer Sonata and the recently discovered “counterstories” written in response by his wife and son. He is currently working on a translation of Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment, and recently published a translation of Turgenev’s Fathers and Children (Norton).
Samples from past NER Vermont readings are available at our YouTube channel and on Facebook. To sign up for the NER Vermont email, send your address to NER.Vermont@gmail.com.