March 10, 2022
The InKY Reading Series is a free author series broadcast live on Zoom. Watch archived readings on the LLA YouTube channel.
Karen George is author of five chapbooks, most recently an ekphrastic collaborative chapbook, Frame and Mount the Sky (2017), and three poetry collections from Dos Madres Press: Swim Your Way Back (2014), A Map and One Year (2018), and Where Wind Tastes Like Pears (2021). Her work has appeared in Adirondack Review, Naugatuck River Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, Indianapolis Review, and Poet Lore. She’s received grants from Kentucky Foundation for Women and Kentucky Arts Council, and holds an MFA in Writing from Spalding University. After 25 years as a computer programmer/analyst, she retired to write full-time. She enjoys photography and visiting museums, cemeteries, historic towns, gardens, and bodies of water.
Visit her website at: karenlgeorge.blogspot.com
Rae Hoffman Jager's first debut book, American Bitch, will be released by Kelsay Books in 2022. Rae holds a BA from Warren Wilson College and an MFA from Wichita State University. In 2016 Rae was named The New Voice Poet out of Salina, Kansas. Most recently, Rae has been named one of Ish’s 22’ Emerging Artist Fellows. Rae has been published in a variety of magazines--The Moth, New York Quarterly, Autofocus, to name a few. She lives on a big hill in Bellevue, KY with her living daughter, son in the stars, spouse, and two old dogs.