If you missed Jo McDougall or Michael Czyzniejewski read their work on campus, that’s okay. Now is your chance to enjoy what you missed:
Jo McDougall, visiting poet and memoirist, read from her poetry and new memoir on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 7-9 p.m., in the PSU Theater.
McDougall is the author of five books of poetry, including Dirt and Satisfied with Havoc, and a memoir, Daddy’s Money. She has published her poems in such journals as Midwest Quarterly and Crazyhorse; and has read for KRPS public radio, Pittsburg, Kan.; and National Seminars Groups.
She holds an MFA degree in creative writing from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, and has served for thirty years as a teacher and mentor to students of poetry writing in Arkansas and Kansas.
Watch the Jo McDougall reading.
Michael Czyzniejewski, Missouri State University’s newest Creative Writing Faculty member read from his most recently published book, Chicago Stories, on Friday, October 26th at 7 p.m. in the PSU Theater.
Chicago Stories is a collection of 40 dramatic fictions written in the persona of famous Chicagoans. The range of stories is amazing featuring Mike’s sharp wit telling stories from the perspectives of Mrs. O’Leary and Rod Blagojevich and even Barack Obama.
Watch the Michael Czyzniejewski reading.