MPS: April Linder w/ Angela Canales and Bernadette McBride

Tuesday, October 30, 7pm – Poetry

Moonstone Poetry Series Presents Mentor and Mentored

April Lindner with Angela Canales and Bernadette McBride

April Lindner is the author of Jane, a contemporary retelling of the classic novel Jane Eyre, published by Poppy, and of Catherine, a Wuthering Heights retelling, due out in early 2013. She is also a poet whose latest poetry collection is This Bed Our Bodies Shaped, and whose first collection, Skin, received the 2001 Walt MacDonald First Book Prize from Texas Tech University Press. She also writes literary criticism and edits poetry anthologies. Last but far from least, April is a professor of English at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Lindner has edited three anthologies: Contemporary American Poetry (2004), with R.S. Gwynn; a bilingual anthology of Spanish and English poetry, Lineas Conectadas: Poesia Nueva de los Estados Unidos (2006); and Contemporary Poetry in the United States (2007), a bilingual anthology in Russian and English. She is also the author of the critical study Dana Gioia (2003), published in the Boise State University Western Writers Series. In 2010, she published a young adult novel, Jane.

Angela Canales is a high school educator, freelance editor, translator and writer. She earned her master’s in Writing Studies at St. Joseph’s University, and her story “Out of Nowhere” was included in the 2009 anthology The Best of Philadelphia Stories: Volume 2. Most recently, she was included in the 2012 cast of Listen to Your Mother, a national 10-city reading series exploring the bond between mothers and children.

Bernadette McBride was named Poet Laureate of Bucks County, PA in 2009. She is a college English professor who also teaches both Poetry and Fiction writing in workshops for adults of all ages. She directs the monthly Featured Poet reading series at Farley’s Bookshop in New Hope, PA, and has given readings of her own widely published work in many and varied venues, including for Public Television station QPTV in New York. Her poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, won second-place in the international Ray Bradbury Writing Competition, and achieved both finalist and runner-up status for the Robert Fraser Poetry Prize. She is the author of Waiting for the Light to Change (WordTech Press) due out in early 2013.

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