Sept. 25- Doug Lang, Terence Winch
Doug Lang was born and raised in Wales, and has published poetry and novels in the UK. He came to DC in 1973, where he ran the Folio Reading Series in the late 1970s, and where he has taught writing at the Corcoran College of Art and Design since 1976. He was one of the poets representing DC at the recent Poetry of the 1970s conference at Orono, Maine.
A collection of his selected poems, In the Works, is forthcoming from Edge Books in early 2011.
Doug’s poetry & influence is constantly expanding- voracious, prolific, generative, & utterly contagious . . .
His works include-Magic Fire Chevrolet (Titanic Books 1980), Hot Shot (Jawbone press), Lumbering and Tingling: Sonnets (1989), Horror Vacui (1991)
Terence Winch’s most recent book of poems is called Boy Drinkers (Hanging Loose Press, 2007). His forthcoming collection is entitled Falling Out of Bed in a Room with No Floor (Hanging Loose, 2011). He has also published That Special Place (non-fiction stories; Hanging Loose), The Drift of Things (poems; The Figures), The Great Indoors (poems; Story Line Press), Contenders (short stories; Story Line), and Irish Musicians/American Friends (poems; Coffee House). His work is included in the Oxford Book of American Poetry, four Best American Poetry collections, Poetry 180, and in many journals, including the Paris Review, the American Poetry Review, Smartish Pace, and New American Writing. Also a musician/composer, he released a CD anthology called When New York Was Irish: Songs & Tunes by Terence Winch.