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Sunday Workshop: Edgar Kunz & Reyes Ramirez

April 7 @ 11:00 am


This workshop will be held in-person at High Low.

In conjunction with our April Observable Readings, Saint Louis Poetry Center is thrilled to welcome poets Edgar Kunz and Reyes Ramirez for the April Sunday Workshop!


Patrons are encouraged to wear face masks when attending Sunday Workshop in-person at High Low.


Please note: this workshop is limited to 12 participants. Registration is required, and is first-come, first-served.

  • Registration is due by April 2, 2024
  • This is a generative workshop in which participants will draft their own poems
  • No poem submissions will be accepted for this event
  • Poets will not review manuscripts or provide feedback ahead of time
  • Those registering are expected to attend the workshop

To register, email:
[email protected]


EDGAR KUNZ is the author of two poetry collections: Fixer, published by Ecco in 2023 and named a New York Times Editors’ Choice Book, and Tap Out, published by Ecco in 2019. He has been a National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, a MacDowell Fellow, and a Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University. Recent poems appear in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Poetry, American Poetry Review, and Oxford American. He lives in Baltimore and teaches at Goucher College.

REYES RAMIREZ (he/him) is a Houstonian, writer, educator, curator, and organizer of Mexican and Salvadoran descent. He authored the short story collection The Book of Wanderers (2022), a 2023 Young Lions Fiction Award Finalist, from University of Arizona Press’ Camino del Sol series and the poetry collection El Rey of Gold Teeth (2023) from Hub City Press. His latest curatorial project, The Houston Artist Speaks Through Grids, explores the use of grids in contemporary Houston art, literature, history, and politics. Reyes has been honored as a 2020 CantoMundo Fellow, 2021 Interchange Artist Grant Fellow, 2022 Crosstown Arts Writer in Residence, 2023 Intercultural Leadership Institute Fellow, 2023 Dobie Paisano Fellow, 2024 Speculative Play and Just Futurities Fellow and awarded grants from the Houston Arts Alliance, Poets & Writers, and The Warhol Foundation’s Idea Fund.


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