Midday Arts Series: An Afternoon with Ted Rees and Darla Himeles
Thu, Feb 07, 2019 | 12:30 pm
Midday Arts Series is a series of literary readings and arts events throughout the semester, featuring work by Temple students, faculty, alumni, and friends.
Join us for an afternoon of poetry with Ted Rees and Darla Himeles.
Ted Rees is the author of In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame (Timeless, Infinite Light 2018), which Publishers Weekly calls “a hybrid queer, ecopoetic, intertextual manifesto.” Recent work can be found in Mirage, Full Stop Quarterly, Tripwire, and ON Contemporary Practice's monograph on New Narrative. He curates and edits Tilth Projects, and is editor-at-large for The Elephants.
Darla Himeles is a Pushcart-Prize and Best-of-the-Net nominee whose poetry can be read in recent issues of Talking River, Naugatuck River Review, Atticus Review, bedfellows, and Pittsburgh Poetry Review. She is an associate editor for The Stillwater Review and author of the chapbook Flesh Enough (Get Fresh Books, 2017). Darla is currently a doctoral candidate in English at Temple University and also a 2018 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award recipient.
This program is generously co-sponsored by the Intellectual Heritage department.
Programs offered by Temple University Libraries are accessible to people with disabilities. Please contact Richie Holland, Director of Library Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-204-3455 for more information, to request an accommodation, or with questions/concerns. Please contact us at least a week in advance of the program to request accommodations.
Ground Floor Lecture Hall