Reading Event April 27th: Peter Campion, Isabel Harding, Zoë Miller, and Patrick Whitfill

Please join us for our first Rosalux Reading, featuring: Guggenheim Fellow Peter Campion, Isabel Harding, Zoë Miller, and Patrick Whitfill.

When: Saturday, April 27th, 7pm-9pm (Reading starts at 7:30pm)
Where: Rosalux Gallery 1400 Van Buren St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413

Bar donations will benefit the Youth Programs at Intermedia Arts in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

About the readers:

Featured reader, Peter Campion is the author of three books of poems, Other People, The Lions, and El Dorado (which comes out this fall)—all from the University of Chicago Press. He’s the recipient of a Pushcart Prize, the Larry Levis Reading Prize, the Rome Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. He teaches in the M.F.A. Program at the University of Minnesota.

Isabel Harding grew up in Atlanta, GA, and is a graduate of Agnes Scott College. She is in her second year pursuing her MFA in Fiction at the University of Minnesota. Her work appears in the anthology Strangers in Paris: New Writing Inspired by the City of Light.

Zoë Miller grew up in Los Angeles. She graduated from The New School University in New York City as a Riggio Honors Fellow. Currently, she is pursuing an MFA in Fiction at the University of Minnesota. Her short stories and poems have appeared in pax americana, 12th Street, and Front Porch.

Patrick Whitfill recieved his PhD from Texas Tech University in the spring of 2008. Since then, he has lived and worked in Spartanburg, SC. His poetry and fiction has appeared in such journals as Beloit Poetry Journal, Tar River Review, Best New Poets, 32 Poems, Juked, Unsplendid, Linebreak and some other places, too. Besides teaching at a few places in the area, Patrick has worked as a bartender, waiter, freelance editor, line cook and as a cashier at an independent bookstore. Most of the time, he watches Netflix.