Word Thursdays featuring Nicole Tallman and Joan Kwon Glass
The Bright Hill Press & Literary Center presents Word Thursdays featuring writers Nicole Tallman and Joan Kwon Glass.
Nicole Tallman is the Poetry Ambassador for Miami-Dade County, Associate Editor for South Florida Poetry Journal and Interviews Editor for The Blue Mountain Review. She is the author of Something Kindred (The Southern Collective Experience Press), and her full-length debut collection is forthcoming in the summer. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @natallman and at nicoletallman.com.
Joan Kwon Glass’s first full-length poetry collection, “Night Swim,” won the 2021 Diode Poetry Prize, her micro-chapbook “Bloodline” won the 2021 Harbor Review Washburn Prize and her chapbook “How to Make Pancakes for a Dead Boy” won the Harbor Editions Marginalia Contest. She is also the author of the chapbook “If Rust Can Grow on the Moon” (Milk & Cake Press, 2022). Joan holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Smith College, serves as poet laureate for the city of Milford, CT and as Poetry Co-Editor for West Trestle Review. She has spent the past 20 years as an educator in the Connecticut public schools. Her poems have recently been published or are forthcoming in Diode, The Night Heron Barks, The Rupture, Nelle, Rattle, Pirene’s Fountain, Dialogist, South Florida Poetry Journal, Honey Literary, Mom Egg, Rust & Moth, Lantern Review & many others. Joan has been nominated multiple times for the Pushcart Prize & Best of the Net. She tweets @joanpglass & you may read her previously published work at www.joankwonglass.com.