Join us on Saturday, January 20, 2024 at 7:00 PM for our January Watershed Reading featuring Garnett Kilberg-Cohen, E.H. Lupton, and Fae Dremock.
Kilberg-Cohen will be reading from her latest fiction collection, Cravings. Lupton will be reading new work. Dremock will be reading from a gritty novel in progress about a second generation immigrant trying to escape Texas and the poverty and abuse of her childhood.
Garnett Kilberg Cohen will publish her fourth collection of short stories, Cravings (UWP) in 2023. Her three previous collections include Lost Women, Banished Souls, How We Move the Air, and Swarm to Glory. She also publishes nonfiction and poetry, including a chapbook, called Passion Tour. Her writing has appeared in The Antioch Review, TriQuarterly, The New Yorker online, Rumpus, Witness, The Gettysburg Review, among other places.
E.H. Lupton (she/they) lives in Madison, WI. She is the author of the novella The Joy of Fishes (Vagabondage/Battered Suitcase Press, 2014). Her poems have been published in a number of journals, including Poet Lore, 300 Days of Sun, and House of Zolo’s Journal of Speculative Literature. She is also one half of the duo behind the hit podcast Ask a Medievalist.
A second-generation Hispanic immigrant from North Texas, Fae Dremock has lived and worked in Paris, Copenhagen, Cairo, and Madison, WI. Her short story “Open at the Throat” won an AWP Intro Journals Project award in 2014. Fae has received fellowships to Tin House workshop and to the Vermont Studio Center artist residency. Her poetry chapbook is published by Dancing Girl Press, and her stories have been published in New World Writing and Artful Dodge, among others.