Pegasus Reading Series: Hardwick, Koch, Sellers, Wood

Friday, February 22, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Deep Vellum Books

Welcome to our spring season. Join us for this month’s edition of Pegasus Reading Series. This month we feature Shannon Hardwick, Andrew Koch, Danielle Sellers, Virginia Lee Wood.

About us: Pegasus Reading Series was founded and curated by the poets Robert Torres and Sebastian Paramo in 2014. When Torres left in 2015, Courtney Marie joined Sebastian to host & curate the series. In 2016, both poets joined forces to organize and curate Deep Ellum Lit Hop. In 2018, Ashley Mag Gabbert joined to co-host.

The mission of Pegasus Reading Series is to bridge together literary communities and writers in Dallas and across the nation.

Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick’s work has appeared in Salt Hill, Versal, The Texas Observer, Devil’s Lake, Four Way Review, Sugar House Review, Huffington Post UK, among others. A graduate from Sarah Lawrence College’s MFA program, Hardwick serves as the poetry editor for The Boiler Journal and her first full-length, Before Isadore, was recently published by Sundress Publications.

Andrew Koch is a doctoral student in creative writing at the University of North Texas and serves as managing editor at Stirring: A Literary Collection, one of the oldest continually-published online literary journals. His work has recently appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Ninth Letter, Pleiades, Poetry Northwest, The Collagist and elsewhere.

Danielle Sellers’ poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, Subtropics, The Cimarron Review, Smartish Pace, and elsewhere. She is the author of two collections of poetry: Bone Key Elegies (Main Street Rag 2009) and The Minor Territories (Sundress publications 2018). She teaches Literature and Creative Writing at Trinity Valley School in Fort Worth, Texas.

Virginia Lee Wood is a PhD candidate in Fiction at the University of North Texas, where she is the Assistant Fiction Editor of The American Literary Review. Her work appears in The Minnesota Review, Cutbank: Online, and elsewhere.


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