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Poetry at the Point: Agnes Vojta & Vincent Casaregola
April 26 @ 7:30 pm
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ABOUT THE POETS
AGNES VOJTA grew up in Germany and now lives in Rolla, Missouri where she teaches physics at Missouri S&T and hikes the Ozarks. She is the author of Porous Land (Spartan Press, 2019) and The Eden of Perhaps (Spartan Press, 2020), and her poems have appeared in a variety of magazines. Her website is agnesvojta.com.
VINCENT CASAREGOLA teaches American literature and film, creative writing, and rhetorical studies at Saint Louis University. His book, Theaters of War: America’s Perceptions of World War II (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009), provides a comprehensive examination of American World War II literature and film from the 1940s through the early 2000s. He has published poetry in a number of journals, including 2River, The Bellevue Literary Review, Blood and Thunder, Dappled Things, The Examined Life, Lifelines, Natural Bridge, Please See Me, WLA, and Work. He has also published creative nonfiction in New Letters and The North American Review. He has recently completed a book-length manuscript of poetry dealing with issues of medicine, illness, and loss (Vital Signs).
MARY HELEN CALLIER is unable to join us for Poetry at the Point this month. We are working to get her rescheduled.