Published on March 28th, 2016 | by University Communications0
Steve Kistulentz Poetry Reading and Master of Arts in Creative Writing Information Session: Wednesday, April 6, at University Campus
Steve Kistulentz, director of the Saint Leo University Master of Arts in Creative Writing Program and an associate professor of English, will recite some of his poems starting at noon, Wednesday, April 6, in TECO Hall in the School of Business building. At the conclusion, there will be a presentation about the new MA in creative writing.
Professor Kistulentz is the author of two collections of poetry, Little Black Daydream (2012), an editor’s choice selection in the University of Akron Press Series in Poetry, and The Luckless Age (2010), selected from more than 700 manuscripts as the winner of the Benjamin Saltman Award.
Refreshments for attendees will be served in the lobby. Please join us for poetry, pizza, and the latest on the creative writing master’s program. Its first residency is slated for July 16-23, 2016.
For more information about the Master of Arts degree in creative writing, visit the Saint Leo website.