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Driptorch Feat. Candice Wuehle, Matt Mauch, and Max Malone

Arrow Coffee Co.
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We are elated to host Candice Wuehle, local Kansan and author of the forthcoming full-length collection BOUND from Inside the Castle Press. She has published the chapbooks VIBE CHECK(Garden Door Press, 2017), curse words: a guide in 19 steps for aspiring transmographs (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), andEARTH*AIR*FIRE*WATER*ÆTHER (Grey Books Press, 2015), and currently resides in Lawrence, where she teaches creative writing and composition at the University of Kansas. Find her online at candicewuehle.com.

A poet, a professor, an amateur cook, and sometimes an entrepreneur, Matt Mauch is the author of three books of poetry: Bird-Brain, now available from Trio House Press; If You’re Lucky Is a Theory of Mine, which was the 2012 open-reading period selection by Trio House Press; and Prayer Book (Lowbrow Press). He is also the author of one chapbook, The Brilliance of the Sparrow (Mondo Bummer). He founded and has since passed along the annual Great Twin Cities Poetry Read and the Maeve’s Sessions readings at Maeve's Cafe along NE Minneapolis’s (in)famous Poetry Row. A Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative grant recipient, Mauch heads the staff at Poetry City, USA, an annual collection of poetry and prose on poetry. He lives in Minneapolis, and teaches in the AFA in Creative Writing program at Normandale Community College.

CreWE ambassador Max Malone teaches expository writing at K-State, where he is completing his Master’s in creative writing with a focus in horror fiction. He is president of CreWE, the webmaster for Touchstone magazine, and he even redesigned its logo for print and online consumption. He rides a motorcycle, or so he says. In his spare time, he paints and grades.

This is your last chance to catch Driptorch in action until next fall, so don’t miss it.