1:00 “Woman Reading to the Sea”
4:30 “Intoxication at Carmel-by-the-Sea”
7:30 “Horizontally, I Moved”
11:30 “Farthest Flame”
16:30 “Anatomy of a Skylark”
21:30 “Bell Tower”
24:00 “Suggestive Grove”
Kevin McFadden and Angie Hogan presented an evening of poetry and letterpress at WriterHouse on Wednesday, August 20, 2008. Kevin McFadden is the author of Hardscrabble, an inaugural selection of the VQR Poetry series. Originally from the Cleveland area, he was a Henry Hoyns Fellow at the University of Virginia and now lives in Charlottesville. His poems have appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Fence, Kenyon Review, Parnassus, Ploughshares, Poetry, and in other publications.
Angie Hogan received her MFA from the University of Virginia, where she was a Hoyns Fellow as well as the recipient of a Javits Fellowship. Her poems appear in The Antioch Review, Bellingham Review, Harpur Palate, New Orleans Review, Notre Dame Review, Ploughshares, Third Coast, and The Virginia Quarterly Review among other journals. Originally from East Tennessee, she now works at the University of Virginia Press.
McFadden and Hogan read from their works and discussed the writing life and the art of letterpress in a question-and-answer session following their reading.
Clark, a circuit court judge in Patrick County, Virginia, talked about his dual careers as writer and judge, read a selection from The Legal Limit, and answered questions from the crowd.