Poet Martha Rhodes to Read Tuesday

The author and publisher of poetry will read at 7:30 pm in Stoddard Hall Auditorium, followed by a book signing.

Poet & Publisher, Martha Rhodes

Biography | Online Texts

Martha Rhodes is founding editor and director of Four Way Books in New York City, and teaches at Sarah Lawrence College and the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College

Tuesday, February 9, 2010
7:30 pm   Poetry Reading
Stoddard Hall Auditorium

The event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible. Supported by the Program for the Study of Women and Gender.

For more information, please consult the news release on the Smith College website or the Smith College Poetry Center website.

Link to past SC Libraries Poetry Center Readings resource pages.

Author of three books of poems, Martha Rhodes is a master of tone and compression. Louise Glück praised her debut collection, At the Gate, as "savage, wry, mordantly witty, tender, stern, deluded, [and] sane," calling it "a book of immense vitality and beauty, deserving our deepest attention."

Rhodes's second book, Perfect Disappearance, won the 2000 Green Rose Prize from New Issues Press.

Robert Pinsky declared her latest book, Mother Quiet, to be "abrupt, unsettling, artfully distorted, indelible" and James Longenbach recommended it as "dark, hilarious, direct, otherworldly."

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Biography

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Includes entry from Contemporary Authors Online, 2002.

Online Texts

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