Lit Fridays is a literary-focused, virtual salon presented by the August Wilson African American Cultural Center, featuring conversations and guest performances on the last Friday of each month at 6:00p EST via Facebook Live and Zoom Webinar.
All conversations are moderated by AWAACC Literary Curator, Jessica Lanay.
Dustin Pearson is the author of A Season in Hell with Rimbaud (BOA Editions, 2022), Millennial Roost (C&R Press, 2018), and A Family Is a House (C&R Press, 2019). He is a McKnight Doctoral Fellow in Creative Writing at Florida State University. The recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing, and The Anderson Center at Tower View, Pearson has served as the editor of Hayden’s Ferry Review and a Director of the Clemson Literary Festival. He won the Academy of American Poets Katharine C. Turner Prize and John Mackay Graduate Award and holds an MFA from Arizona State University. The recipient of a 2021 Pushcart Prize, his work also appears in The Nation, Poetry Northwest, Blackbird, Vinyl Poetry, The Boiler, Honey Literary, Bennington Review, TriQuarterly, The Literary Review, The Cortland Review, Poetry Daily, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and elsewhere.
Lit Fridays is FREE to attend. You can either watch on Facebook Live or register using the zoom link.
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