Morgan to be part of Georgia Poetry Circuit

Robert Morgan will be a featured poet in the 2009-2010 Geogia Poetry Circuit. For GPC, Morgan will give public readings and conduct workshops for students at participating institutions. "Founded at Mercer University in 1985, the Georgia Poetry Circuit is a consortium of ten Georgia colleges and universities working together to bring three poets of national and international reputation annually to all members' campuses, providing an important access to the literary arts for Georgia residents across the state."

May 2009 Appearances

Friday - Saturday, May 8 - 9
Blue Ridge Book & Author Showcase
Hendersonville, NC

April 2009 Appearances

Thursday - Saturday, April 2 - 4
Fellowship of Southern Writers
Chattanooga, TN

Wednesday - Thursday, April 8 - 9
Arkansas Literary Festival
Fayetteville, Ark.

March 2009 Appearances

Thursday, March 12
Eastern Mennonite University
Harrisonburg, VA

Wednesday, March 18
Northern Trust
Fort Myers, FL

Tuesday, March 31
Lipscomb University
Nashville, TN

February 2009 Appearances

Wednesday, February 4
Surry County Commmunity College; link
Dobson, NC
7PM

Thursday, February 5
Lees-McRae College
Banner-Elk, NC

Recordings Available

Recordings for Boone: A Biography, and several poems: Honey, Rearview Mirror, Sigodlin, History's Madrigal, are available now!

Robert Morgan to teach at ASU in Spring 2009

Robert Morgan will be a visiting writer in residence again at Appalachian State University, from January to February, 2009. For six weeks in the spring semester Morgan will teach the course, "Colloquium: Daniel Boone in Fact and Fiction," primarily using his biography of Daniel Boone, Boone: A Biography. ASU faculty will continue the course afterward, emphasizing different versions of the Boone story.

Thomas Wolfe Prize

Robert Morgan received the 2008 Thomas Wolfe Prize, and delivered the 2008 Thomas Wolfe Lecture, October 2, 2008, at 7:30pm.

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