DeWitt Clinton, winner of the Council for Wisconsin Writers Edna Meudt Poetry Book Award for Hello There, will read from and discuss his work.
DeWitt is the author of The Conquistador Dog Texts and The Coyot. Inca Texts (New Rivers Press), At the End of the War (Kelsay Books, 2018), On a Lake by a Moon: Fishing with the Chinese Masters, (Is A Rose Press, 2019), and Hello There (Word Poetry, 2021) and six chapbooks. His poems and essays have appeared in the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, Cultural Studies< => Critical Methodologies, Storytelling Sociology: Narrative as Social Inquiry, Divine Inspiration: The Life of Jesus in World Poetry (Oxford U Press), and recently in Wise Guys: An Online Magazine, Negative Capability, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Verse-Virtual, Peacock Journal, Ekphrastic Review, Diaphanous Press, Meta/Phor(e)Play, The Arabesques Review, and the Santa Fe Literary Review. He is Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Wisconsin—Whitewater, and lives in Shorewood, Wisconsin.
Learn more about DeWitt and his work on our Winter Writers Reading Series page.
(suggested donation $5)
Online via Zoom only. Please be sure to register and supply an email address at check-out to receive Zoom link via email the day before the event.