UE Coffee Hour Reading to Feature Paul Bone
Posted: Monday, November 4, 2013
On Thursday, November 7, the University of Evansville’s Department of Creative Writing will feature department chair Paul Bone in its Coffee Hour series, which hosts celebrated writers for afternoon readings of their published works.
Each Coffee Hour begins at 4 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery at the corner of Lincoln and Weinbach avenues. Coffee and cookies will be served, and the authors will be available afterward for conversation and book signings. Coffee Hours are free and open to the public.
Bone is the author of the poetry collections Momentary Vision of the Assistant Meteorologist (Uccelli Press), which won the 2004 Uccelli Prize, and Nostalgia for Sacrifice (David Robert Books). His poems, reviews, creative nonfiction, and radio essays have been published in 32 Poems, The Cream City Review, The Cimarron Review, The Iron Horse Literary Review, The Evansville Review, Tupelo Press, and National Public Radio.
Bone earned a Bachelor of Arts from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. After completing a Master of Fine Arts at the University of Arkansas, he taught English in Tokyo, Japan. Bone currently serves as chair of UE’s Department of Creative Writing and is one of the founding co-editors of Measure: A Review of Formal Poetry.