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Lit

Literary acts appearing at The Flyover Fest 2017.

Lit

Literary acts appearing at The Flyover Fest 2018.

Literary events will take place at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Ace of Cups, Spacebar, and Bossy Grrl's Pin-Up Joint.


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Hanif Abdurraqib's is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His first collection of essays, They Can't Kill Us Until They Kill Us was released in winter 2017 by Two Dollar Radio and was named a book of the year by Buzzfeed, Esquire, NPR, Paste, CBC, Pitchfork, and The Chicago Tribune, among others. is a poet, essayist, and cultural critic from Columbus, Ohio. His poetry has been published in Muzzle, Vinyl, PEN American, and various other journals. His essays and music criticism has been published in The FADER, Pitchfork, The New York Times, and MTV News. His first full length poetry collection, The Crown Ain’t Worth Much, was published in 2016 by Button Poetry.

Wexner Center for the Arts | Saturday, May 12 | 7:30pm

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Kaveh Akbar's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, The New York Times, The Nation, and elsewhere. His first book, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, is just out with Alice James in the US and Penguin in the UK. He is also the author of the chapbook Portrait of the Alcoholic. The recipient of a Pushcart Prize, a Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation, and the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America, Kaveh was born in Tehran, Iran, and teaches in the MFA program at Purdue University and in the low-residency MFA programs at Randolph College.

Wexner Center for the Arts | Saturday, May 12 | 7:30pm


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José Olivarez is the son of Mexican immigrants, the co-author of the book of poems Home Court, and the co-host of the poetry podcast, the Poetry Gods. A recipient of fellowships from Poets House, the Bronx Council on the Arts, the Poetry Foundation, & the Conversation Literary Festival, his work has been published in the BreakBeat Poets, the Chicago Tribune, the Adroit Journal, & Hyperallergic, among other places. His first book, Citizen Illegal, is forthcoming from Haymarket Books. He is from Calumet City, Illinois, and lives in Chicago.

Bossy Grrls Pin-Up Joint | Friday, May 11 | 7pm

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Eloisa Amezcua is an Arizona native. Her debut collection, From the Inside Quietly, is the inaugural winner of the Shelterbelt Poetry Prize selected by Ada Limón. A MacDowell fellow, she is the author of three chapbooks and founder/editor-in-chief of The Shallow Ends: A Journal of Poetry. Her poems and translations are published or forthcoming in Poetry Magazine, Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, and others.

Bossy Grrls Pin-Up Joint | Friday, May 11 | 7pm

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Brian Allen Carr lives in Indiana. His novel Sip is out with SOHO press. His novella Motherfucking Sharks won a Wonderland Book Award. He has work in Granta, Ninth Letter, Texas Observer and other venues.

Bossy Grrls Pin-Up Joint | Friday, May 11 | 7pm

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William Evans is a writer and performer from Columbus, OH. He is a Callaloo Fellow and recipient of the Sustainable Arts Foundation Grant. In addition to being the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Blacknerdproblems.com, William’s latest manuscript, Still Can’t Do My Daughter’s Hair, was released on Button Poetry in the Fall of 2017. His work can found online or forthcoming in Rattle, The Offing, Winter Tangerine and other publications.

Bossy Grrls Pin-Up Joint | Friday, May 11 | 7pm