Professor Karl Elder will have a poem featured on Poetry Daily
General - posted on 10/17/2005
Lakeland College Professor Karl Elder will have a poem featured on Poetry Daily, the world's premier website of its kind (www.poems.com
), on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Poetry Daily, which receives in excess of 20,000 hits per day, will feature one of Elder's sequences, "Logo Rhythms," from his collection "The Minimalist's How-to Handbook," released from Parallel Press in May of this year. It will be the fourth appearance on this prestigious venue for Elder, Lakeland's Fessler Professor of Creative Writing and the college's Poet in Residence.
This past Sunday, Elder read from his new book "Mead: Twenty-six Abecedariums" at the invitation of the Council for Wisconsin Writers at the Wisconsin Book Festival in Madison. On Saturday he participated in the festival symposium, "Poetry and Community: An Open Roundtable on Poetry in Wisconsin for Poets, Publishers, Teachers, Book Buyers, and Librarians."
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 11 a.m., Elder will read from his two latest collections and sign books at The Daily Grind in Lakeland's Younger Campus Center. The books will be available for purchase at the reading and are on sale now in Lakeland's Campus Shop.
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