Arthur Sze, Susan Cohen, Kristina Moriconi, and Cameron Walker




Mar 22 2021


5 PT / 6 MT / 7 CT / 8 ET
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Reading Series: Arthur Sze + Contest Winners Susan Cohen, Kristina Moriconi + Cameron Walker

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Join us for’s second reading in our new, online Reading Series.
Moderated by poetry editor Derek Sheffield and underwritten by Knight Law Firm, PC, with Zoom hosting provided by the University of Arizona, this reading features National Book Award-winning poet Arthur Sze plus the winners of’s 11th Annual Contests in Poetry, Nonfiction, and Fiction: Susan Cohen, Kristina Moriconi, and Cameron Walker.
Arthur Sze’s tenth book of poetry, Sight Lines, was published in 2019 by Copper Canyon Press and won the National Book Award for Poetry. He a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and a professor emeritus at the Institute of American Indian Arts.
Susan Cohen is the author of Throat Singing and A Different Wakeful Animal, which received the David Martinson-Meadowhawk Prize from Red Dragonfly Press. An award-winning science writer and former contributing writer for the Washington Post Magazine before earning an MFA from Pacific University, her poems have appeared in the American Journal of Poetry, Atlanta Review 25th Anniversary Anthology, PANK, Prairie Schooner, Southern Humanities Review, the Southern Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Berkeley, California.
Kristina Moriconi is a poet, essayist, and visual artist whose work has appeared in a variety of literary journals and magazines including Sonora Review, Brevity, Cobalt Review, Lumina, and others. her work has been included in the anthology Flash Nonfiction Food and her lyric narrative In the Cloakroom of Proper Musings was published by Atmosphere Press in August 2020.
Cameron Walker is a writer based in California. Her fiction has appeared most recently in Mycorrhizae, and she writes regularly for the science blog The Last Word On Nothing. Her essay collection Points of Light is forthcoming from Hidden River Press.

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