Welcome back to our special series with Old Iron Press authors.
We are thrilled to present Playing Authors contributors, Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, Joyce Brinkman, and Flor Aguilera!
Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, Virginia Poet Laureate Emerita, has co-edited three anthologies, a poem/play and published nine books of poetry, including The Embrace: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, winner of the Art in Literature: Mary Lynn Kotz Award.
Flor Aguilera has published seven poetry books, including As The Audience Begs for a Ferocious Tango, The Sacrifice of the Lilies, and Butoh. She lives in Mexico City in the nostalgic Roman Quarter.
Joyce Brinkman believes in poetry as public art and conceives of public poetry projects involving her work and that of others. She served as Indiana’s first poet laureate from 2002-2008.
Thank you so much, Carolyn, Joyce, and Flor! We’re honored and excited to publish your work.
This fall, you can find Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, Joyce Brinkman, and Flor Aguilera's work in Old Iron Press’s anthology, Playing Authors!
Next week, our summer roadtrip to meet our authors concludes, as Playing Authors does, with the legendary Barbara Shoup!