First Friday Poetry Featuring Rosemarie Dombrowski

Dombrowski's book cover, the Philosophy of Unclean Things

First Friday Poetry at Changing Hands Bookstore will feature Rosemarie Dombrowski & Bill Campana. Dombrowski is the senior lecturer in the English department at the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts and will be reading from her new book, "The Philosophy of Unclean Things," due out in the next few weeks.  

Dombrowski’s work has appeared in "Columbia Review, Stonecoast Review, Anthro/Poetics" (anthology), "Best of the Net" (anthology), "Bombay Gin," "Nano," "The Review Review" and elsewhere. She has received four Pushcart nominations and was a finalist for the Pangea Poetry Prize in 2015. Her collections include "The Book of Emergencies" and "The Philosophy of Unclean Things". She is the founder of Rinky Dink Press and the Phoenix Poetry Series. She teaches courses on radical poetics, women’s lit and creative ethnography at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.

Campana is a local poet with a recent collection out titled "Poems from Deep South Scottsdale." You can learn more about him here.

Rosemarie Dombrowski
Friday, December 2, 2016, at 7 p.m.
Changing Hands Bookstore
Off campus

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