Jeanetta Calhoun Mish
What I Learned at The War
In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These
Tuesday, November 15th 2016
About Jeanetta Calhoun Mish: Jeanetta Calhoun Mish is the founding editor of Mongrel Empire Press and the director of the Red Earth MFA in Creative Writing Program at Oklahoma City University.
About What I learned at the War: Award winning working class poet Jeanetta Calhoun Mish returns with a new book on the West End Press list and new work that pays homage to a rough-and-tumble Oklahoma upbringing.
About Kat Meads: Kat Meads is the author of 16 books and chapbooks of poetry and prose, including IPPY Medalists 2:12 a.m. - Essays and For You, Madam Lenin. She has received writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Yaddo and the California Arts Council. Her short plays have been staged in New York and Los Angeles. A native of North Carolina, she teaches in Oklahoma City University's low-residency MFA program.
About In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These: Built on the premise that the ugly can break one's heart more profoundly than the pretty, In This Season of Rage and Melancholy Such Irrevocable Acts as These portrays the changing South of the 1970s in a narrative that encompasses deceit, revenge, Pentecostal religion, coastal development and the disappearance of family farms.