The Lee University Writer's Series continues Thursday, Feb. 27, with a reading by poet and nonfiction writer Amy Wright. The program will begin at 7 p.m. in Rose Lecture Hall of the Helen DeVos College of Education, 1400 Parker St. NE, Cleveland, Tennessee.
"We are so glad that Amy Wright is coming to share her essays about the environment, the creative processes of humans and other life forms," said Dr. William Woolfitt, associate professor of creative writing at Lee. "In a time of climate crisis and diminishing resources, Wright helps us think about ethical action and responsible citizenship."
Wright is the author of two poetry books, "Cracker Sonnets" and "Everything in the Universe," in addition to one poetry collaboration and six chapbooks. Her most recent publication is "Think I'll Go Eat a Worm," an essay collection.
Her writing has been anthologized in works such as the "Southern Poetry Anthology," volumes III and VI, and most recently in "Waveform: Anthology of Women Essayists."
For more information, email Woolfitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.