Pegasus Reading Series: Goldstein, Lee, Reaves-King, and Kim Nall

What: Pegasus Series
When: March 23, 7 pm
Where: Kettle Arts Gallery, 2650 Main St. (Deep Ellum)
Hosted by: Sebastian Paramo and Courtney Marie

L.E. GOLDSTEIN holds an MA from the University of Southern Mississippi and an MFA from Boston University. Her poems have recently appeared in MiddleGray, 3 Elements Review, and Illya’s Honey.  She is currently working as an online content writer for a law firm in Dallas, and she is also the editor of Moon Pigeon, a poetry publication that contains content in both electronic and print.

JI YOON LEE is a poet and translator whose most recent publication is a book of translation, Cheer Up, Femme Fatale (Action Books, 2015). She is the author of Foreigner’s Folly (Coconut Books, 2014), Funsize/Bitesize (Birds of Lace, 2013), and IMMA (Radioactive Moat, 2012). She is the winner of the Joanna Cargill prize (2014), and her manuscript was a finalist for the 1913 First Book Prize (2012). She was born in South Korea,  and immigrated to the United States as a teen. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Notre Dame.

GAYLE REAVES-KING is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist based in Fort Worth. In addition to freelance reporting and editing, she teaches journalism at the University of North Texas and is working with co-authors on a nonfiction book called Dividing the Baby. Her poetry chapbook Spectral Analysis was published in 2015 by the Dallas Poets Community. In 2014, her chapbook Blood Forfeit was a finalist in the San Pedro River Review‘s contest. Her recent freelance work has appeared in the Texas Observer and American Way magazines. Last year she earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of North Texas, where she now teaches. She is a former national president of the Journalism and Women Symposium and part of the brain trust at the Pandora’s Box Poetry Showcase in Dallas.

with music by KIM NALL


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