Jim Daniels Reading at Keystone College

The string of literary events in NEPA continues. Poet/prose writer Jim Daniels will read at Keystone College this Thursday at 7 p.m. in Evans Hall. The reading is free and open to the public.  Since 1981, Daniels has been on the faculty of the creative writing program at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he is the Thomas Stockham Baker Professor of English. Daniels won the inaugural Brittingham Prize in Poetry from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He was educated at Alma College and Bowling Green State University.

Samples of Daniels’ work can be found using a simple Google search, but here is a link to his poem “Dim,” republished by The Poetry Foundation, and another link to his short story “Et Tu,” recently published by the journal PANK.

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About Brian Fanelli

I'm a poet, teacher, music junkie and much more. My first chapbook of poems, Front Man, was published in 2010 by Big Table Publishing. My full-length book of poems, All That Remains, was published in 2013 by Unbound Content. My latest book, Waiting for the Dead to Speak, was published in the fall of 2016 by NYQ Books. My work has also been published by The Los Angeles Times, World Literature Today, Harpur Palate, Boston Literary Magazine, Kentucky Review, Verse Daily, Spillway, Portland Review, and several other publications. My poetry has also been featured on "The Writer's Almanac" with Garrison Keillor. Currently, I teach English full-time at Lackawanna College.
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