Geoffrey Babbitt is the author of Appendices Pulled from a Study on Light, which was a finalist for the Colorado Prize for Poetry, the Robert Kroetsch Award in Innovative Poetry, the Richard Snyder Memorial Publication Prize, the Madeleine P. Plonsker Innovative Poetry First Book Prize and the New Measure Poetry Prize. He holds a doctorate from the University of Utah and teaches at Hobart & William Smith Colleges, where he also coedits Seneca Review. More can be found at geoffreybabbitt.com.
Shira Dentz is the author of four full-length books, Black Seeds on a White Dish, Door Of Thin Skins, How Do I Net Thee (forthcoming), and The Sun a Blazing Zero (forthcoming), and two chapbooks, Leaf Weather and Flounders. She has received the Academy of American Poets’ Prize, the Poetry Society of America’s Lyric Poem and Cecil Hemley memorial awards, Electronic Poetry Review’s Discovery Award and Painted Bride Quarterly’s Poetry Prize. She holds a Master of Fine Arts from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop and a doctorate from the University of Utah, and teaches at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. She is special features editor at Tarpaulin Sky. More about her writing can be found at shiradentz.com.
The REV – short for The Russell Sage Review, the college’s literary magazine – presents poetry readings. The REV Presents is co-sponsored by The Russell Sage Review, the department of Arts & Letters, and The Sage Colleges Libraries and is supported by the Carol Ann Donahue Poetry Fund.