You are invited to the launch of Lisa Moore's new collection of lesbian poems about men. Lisa's poems meet everyone from Donald Trump and the Pope to her own nearest and dearest with a wry mixture of outrage, compassion, humor and love. Poems for #metoo, for mothering white men, for calling out racist violence, for living this moment with as much grace as we can muster. Featuring readings from surprise special guests.
Lisa L. Moore is an Alberta-born writer who has lived in Austin, Texas for almost thirty years. She is the author, most recently, of the poetry chapbook 24 Hours of Men (Dancing Girl Press). Journals and magazines that have published her poems include Nimrod International Journal, The Fourth River, Borderlands Texas Poetry Review, The Rusty Toque, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and White Wall Review. Her poetry and critical writing have been recognized with the Art/Lines Juried Poetry Prize and the Lambda Literary Foundation Book Award. The author or editor of five books of literary criticism, she teaches English and Women’s and Gender Studies at The University of Texas at Austin.