Chris Haven and W. Todd Kaneko
Art in a Time of Crisis: A Faculty Reading & Conversation
Noon-1:30 p.m., Friday, January 29
Haven, associate professor of writing, is the author of a book of
short stories, "Nesting Habits of Flightless Birds"
(Tailwinds Press), and a collection of poems, "Bone Seeker"
(NYQ Books). His short fiction and flash fiction have appeared in
Threepenny Review, New Orleans Review, and Kenyon Review Online. His
poems can be found in The Southern Review, Cincinnati Review, and
Beloit Poetry Journal.
Kaneko, associate professor of writing, is the author of the poetry
books "This is How the Bone Sings" (Black Lawrence Press
2020) and "The Dead Wrestler Elegies" (New Michigan Press
2021). He is co-author with Amorak Huey, associate professor of
writing, of "Poetry: A Writers’ Guide and Anthology"
(Bloomsbury Academic 2018), and "Slash / Slash," winner of
the 2020 Diode Editions Chapbook Prize, which will be published in 2021.