The University of Utah Guest Writers Series presents an evening of poetry and nonfiction with authors Carol Moldaw, Cori Winrock, and Noam Dorr.
Carol Moldaw is the author, most recently, of Beauty Refracted (Four Way Books, 2018) as well as five other books of poetry. She is also the author of the novel The Widening (Etruscan Press, 2008). Through the Window was translated into Turkish and published in a bilingual edition in Istanbul as Penceredon/Through the Window; her work also has been translated into Chinese and Portuguese. Moldaw is the recipient of a Lannan Foundation Marfa Writer’s Residency, an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship, and a Pushcart Prize, and her work is published widely in journals. From 2005-2008 Moldaw was on the faculty of Stonecoast, the University of Southern Maine’s low-residency M.F.A. program, and she has conducted residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, taught at the College of Santa Fe and in the MFA program at Naropa University. In the spring of 2011 she served as the Louis D. Rubin, Jr., Writer-in-Residence at Hollins University; currently she teaches privately in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she lives.
Cori A. Winrock’s forthcoming book, Little Envelope of Earth Conditions, was awarded Editor’s Choice for the 2018 Alice James Books Prize. She is the winner of the Boston Review Poetry Prize and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Best New Poets anthology, West Branch, Crazyhorse, Fairy Tale Review, and elsewhere. Winrock is currently a PhD candidate in the Creative Writing program at the University of Utah where she is a Steffensen Cannon Fellow.
Noam Dorr’s first book, Love Drones, is forthcoming from Sarabande Books in 2019. His work has appeared in Passages North, Gulf Coast, Seneca Review and other places. Born and raised in Kibbutz Givat Haim Ichud, Israel, Noam is currently a doctoral candidate in the literature and creative writing PhD program at the University of Utah.