Triptych virtual series finishes with author Adam Giannelli

Triptych virtual series finishes with author Adam Giannelli

Detroit Mercy’s English Department will host author Adam Giannelli in the last Triptych virtual reading series, to be held on Thursday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Adam GiannelliGiannelli will give a reading of his work, followed by audience questions. The event is free and open to the public. Register online now!

Giannelli is the author of Tremulous Hinge, winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize. He is also the translator of a selection of prose poems by Marosa di Giorgio, Diadem, which was shortlisted for the PEN Award for Poetry in Translation, and the editor of High Lonesome, a collection of critical essays on Charles Wright.

His writing has appeared in the Kenyon Review, New England Review, New York Times Magazine, Washington Post Magazine, Ploughshares, Yale Review and elsewhere. He has taught at Oberlin, Hamilton and Colby Colleges.

“Adam Giannelli talks to the world—to rain, to insomnia, to the beloveds here and vanished, to the stars themselves in their ‘old staring contest.’” — Marianne Boruch, author of The Anti-Grie

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