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Texas Poet Laureate Jan Seale April 11

March 31, 2013

Jan Seale, Texas Poet Laureate for 2012-2013, will read at 7pm on Thursday, April 11, in Cavness 100.  This is a free reading for the ASU community and public sponsored by the Department of English and Modern Languages.

Seale is the author of seven volumes of poetry, the latest being Nape, published by Ink Brush Press. She has also authored two books of short fiction, three volumes of nonfiction, and nine children’s books. Her work is published nationally in such venues as The Yale Review, Texas Monthly, and Newsday. She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Creative Writing. Seale teaches memoir and creative writing workshops both in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, where she lives, and nationally for writing groups and learning centers.

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