Prose + Photos by Laura Hollengreen
By Rob Carney
By Caitlin Rae Taylor
By Caroline Sutton
By Aghaghia Rahimzadeh
By Evan J. Massey
By Samantha Burns
By Caylee Weintraub
By Anna Farro Henderson
By Sacha John Bissonnette
By Ann Guy
By Sarah Boon
By Simmons Buntin
By José Vergara + Students Leila Bagenstos, Sophia Cunningham, Cassy Fantini, Isolde Gerosa, Jae Tak Kim, and Grace Sewell
By Kim Parko
Edited by Charlie Baylis and Aaron Kent
Reviewed by Jeremy Voigt
Reviewed by Cameron Walker
By Bethann Parker
By Amiko Matsuo + Brad Monsma
By Suze Woolf
By Rosalyn Richards
Nachusa Grasslands, Illinois
Prose + Photos by Matthew López-Jensen
Soundscapes Episode 6 Curated by Miranda Perrone
Soundscapes Episode 5 Curated by Miranda Perrone
Soundscapes Episode 4 Curated by Miranda Perrone
Soundscapes Episode 3 Curated by Miranda Perrone
Prose + Photos by Tyra A. Olstad
By Christina Rivera
By Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Join Terrain.org editor-in-chief Simmons Buntin, Terrain.org poetry editor Derek Sheffield, poet Arthur Sze, editors Natalie Young and Michael McLane, plus other acclaimed writers, editors, and teachers at the second annual ECO-poetry, Place & Technology Conference presented by the Art of Literature: A Partnership between Southern Utah University and the Utah Humanities Book Festival and held at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah.
Students, register now.
2:30 – 3:45 p.m.
Workshop: The Editor Ecologist: Publishing in Today’s Technological World, featuring Natalie Young, Sugar House Review; Eric Robertson, Saltfront; and Derek Sheffield, Terrain.org; moderated by Simmons Buntin, Terrain.org
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Workshop: The Craft of Poetry, featuring Arthur Sze
5:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Reception and Book Table
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
A Literary Introduction, Derek Sheffield
Keynote Reading, Arthur Sze
All Friday events are in the Whiting Room of the Hunter Conference Center.
Workshops and Readings
Read Simmons Buntin’s keynote literary introduction from last year’s inaugural conference.
Header photo courtesy Southern Utah University – University Relations.
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