Readings by Rebekah Bloyd and Hugh Behm-Steinberg

HearSay Reading Series
November 29, 2011, 7:30–9:30 pm

Nahl Hall, Oakland Campus
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Rebekah Bloyd and Hugh Behm-Steinberg are the founders of HearSay. Behm-Steinberg is the author of Shy Green Fields and two recent chapbooks: Good Morning! and Sorcery. His libretto "The Clever Wife," based on a Chinese folktale of the same name, will premiere in Houston in 2012. At CCA he edits the MFA journal Eleven Eleven, and with Caroline Goodwin and Mary Behm-Steinberg he is a copublisher of MaCaHu Press, a chapbook micro-press.

Rebekah Bloyd's poetry, essays, and translations with the Czech poet and immunologist Miroslav Holub have appeared in Harper's, The London Times Literary Supplement, Quarterly West, Field, and Five Fingers Review. Her recent writing and translations have appeared in Poetry, The Cincinnati Review, and in the collection Miroslav Holub: Poems Before & After. She is the author of the poetry collection Seabook and the recipient of a Hedgebrook Residency as well as Fulbright Fellowships to Jamaica and the Czech Republic. She teaches writing and literature in the MFA Program in Writing at CCA.