Readings by Hugh Behm-Steinberg and Caroline Goodwin

Presented by the Writers Series (MFA Program in Writing)
September 27, 2013 4:30 pm
Writers’ Studio, San Francisco Campus

Note: New time
195 De Haro at 15th Street
Free and open to the public

More info: David Morini, or 415.551.9237

Hugh Behm-Steinberg

Hugh Behm-Steinberg’s published work includes Shy Green Fields (No Tell Books) and Sorcery (Dusie Chapbook Kollektiv) as well as two different chapbooks titled Good Morning! (Deconstructed Artichoke Press and Dusie Chapbook Kollektiv).

In 2012 his libretto for a children’s opera, The Clever Wife, commissioned by the Houston Grand Opera for its Opera to Go program, was performed in Houston-area elementary schools.

A former Wallace Stegner Fellow and NEA creative writing fellowship recipient, he teaches writing at California College of the Arts, where he edits the journal Eleven Eleven.

Caroline Goodwin

Caroline Goodwin moved to the Bay Area from Sitka, Alaska, in 1999 to attend Stanford as a Wallace Stegner Fellow. She is the recipient of the Earle Birney Prize in poetry from Prism International and also the Ranjit Singh Azad Memorial Prize in Translation for her work with the Mexican poet Elva Macias.

Her poems and essays have appeared in The New Republic, Puerto del Sol, Junction Box, The Broken Plate, and many other literary journals in the United States and Canada; a microbook of five sonnets, titled Text Me, Ishmael was published in Pontypridd, Wales, in the fall of 2012 as part of the Literary Pocket Book series.

She has been teaching at CCA since 2005 and is the faculty advisor for the HearSay literary reading series and the undergraduate literary journal, Humble Pie.

Trapline is her first full-length poetry collection.