Saturday, February 14, 2009
Dickman, Goldhaber, & Hill at B&N Lloyd Center Feb. 18
Barnes & Noble Reading Series is delighted to present poets Matthew Dickman, F.I. Goldhaber, and David Hill When: Wednesday, February 18, 7:00 p.m. Where: Barnes & Noble1317 Lloyd Center // Gift sectionPortland, OR 97232503-249-0800 Hosted by: Tom Mattox **Matthew Dickman *won the APR/Honnickman First Book Prize for his book *AllAmerican Poem*. His poems have appeared in a wide range of publications,including The New Yorker, Tin House, and Lyric. When not attending awriter's residency, he works in a bakery, where he can "shape five baguettesin under three minutes." *F.I. Goldhaber's* second poetry book, *Pairs of Poems*, was publishedrecently by Uncial Press. She has written professionally for more than aquarter century and has won a number of awards for her fiction and poetry.She has had short stories, novelettes, poems, news stories, featurearticles, editorial columns, and reviews published in magazines, e-zines,newspapers, and anthologies as well as two erotica novels published underanother name. www.goldhaber.net *David Hill's* new book, Consumed (KenArnoldBooks), is "hugely entertaining,sometimes thought-provoking, and often controversial," according to ToddSwift, Oxfam Poet In Residence. It finds him "well on his way to becoming amajor poet — perhaps the first for the era of globalization," according toJames Bowman, the Times Literary Supplement's former American editor. Hostsof events where Hill has appeared praise his "charm, wit and intellect" and"polished performance and dry humor." His website is www.davidhill.biz.