A virtual Thirsty Lab with Craig Blais
November 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Thirsty Lab poetry reading, normally based out of Princeton, Mass., continues to meet virtually. On Tuesday, November 30, 2021, Craig Blais will be the featured reader.
Visit the Zoom registration link to receive information on how to join the reading. Zoom will send you an e-mail with the meeting details and a link to join.
Craig Blais’s first collection of poems, About Crows (University of Wisconsin Press 2013), was a Walt Whitman Award and National Poetry Series finalist before being selected by Terrance Hayes for the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry. His second poetry collection, Moon News (University of Arkansas Press 2021), was named as a finalist for the Miller Williams Prize by former US Poet Laureate Billy Collins. His poems have appeared in Antioch Review, Best New Poets, Denver Quarterly, Hotel Amerika, the Southern Review, Western Humanities Review, and the Yale Review, among other places.
Craig serves as chair of the Worcester County Poetry Association’s College Contest, which awards the Elizabeth Bishop Manuscript Prize and the Etheridge Knight Performance Prize annually.