Former WITS Writer Dr. Matt Boyleston Reading at HBU

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October 9, 2012 by witshouston

Credit: HBU.edu

Dr. J. Matthew Boyleston, Interim Dean, School of Fine Arts at Houston Baptist University, will read selections from his collection of poetry Viewed from the Keel of the Canoe at 7:00 on Thursday, October 11th at 7pm in the Fine Arts Museum at HBU.

Matt is a former WITS writer and a big supporter of Writers in the Schools.

Other publications:

Poems and essays in The City, Confrontation, Religion and the Arts, Transgressive Culture, The Madison Review, Yemassee, Time of Singing, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Roanoke Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, The Portland Review, Sierra Nevada Review, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Harpur Palate, The New Orleans Review, The Flint Hills Review, Puerto del Sol, The GSU Review, The GW Review, The South Carolina Review, The Powhatan Review, Poetryfish, Writers at Carolina, Aspects, The Echo, Carolina Writes and The July Review. 

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