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September 2015 in Missoula, Montana: A Celebration of the Written Word
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Friday, September 11 • 9:30am - 11:00am
MWC Poets in Residence: Mark Gibbons, Robert E. Lee, Sheryl Noethe and Marnie Prange

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Four poets with decades of experience teaching for the Missoula Writing Collaborative will reflect on time spent in the classroom and share student work. 

This will be a great event for teachers and writers of all ages! 

Robert E. Lee will disucss outreach and Marnie Prange will talk about teaching younger children, including some of her own poetry lessons and the responses by her students. Mark Gibbons will discuss his experiences in the classroom by way of student poetry and Sheryl Noethe will read her own poems about kids and writing.

Moderators
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Dana Fitz Gale

Dana Fitz Gale won the Brighthorse Prize in Short Fiction for her story collection, Spells for Victory and Courage (Brighthorse Books, 2016) which was also a finalist for the Flannery O'Connor Award and the Ohio State book prize. She has received numerous other awards for her fiction, which has recently appeared in The Hudson Review, Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, Indiana Review, Quarterly West, New Letters, Mid-American Review, Arts &... Read More →

Speakers
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Mark Gibbons

Mark Gibbons is a poet born and raised in Montana. He has published six books of poetry. Most recently, Mauvaises Herbes (Weeds) a bilingual edtion of his poems, was translated by his son and published by Propos/2 Editions in France.
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Sheryl Noethe

Sheryl Noethe founded the Missoula Writing Collaborative in 1994. She is currently both Artistic Director and writer-in-residence. She is co-author of the teaching text Poetry Everywhere, now in its third printing. A recipient of a Montana Arts Council Fellowship, she also has received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the CutBank Hugo Prize in Poetry, the Emerging Voices Award from New Rivers Press, a McKnight Prize for... Read More →
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Marnie Prange

Marnie Prange has taught creative writing at the University of Montana, Florida International University, the University of Louisville, Northern Arizona University, the University of Alabama, where she was editor of The Black Warrior Review, and the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she was managing editor of The Missouri Review. Her collection of poems, Dangerous Neighborhoods, won a Montana Arts Council First Book Award.



Friday September 11, 2015 9:30am - 11:00am
Shakespeare & Co. Bookstore 103 S 3rd St W, Missoula, MT 59801

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