News & Features
Writer’s Reading Series Brings Award-Winning Poet to Fontbonne
ST. LOUIS—The Fontbonne University Writer’s Reading Series presents Jane O. Wayne, an award-winning poet, Feb. 14 at noon in the Lewis Room of the Taylor Library on the university’s Clayton campus. This event is free and open to the public.
Wayne’s latest book, “The Other Place You Live,” is her fourth collection of poems. Her first book, “Looking Both Ways,” received the Devins Award for Poetry, and “A Strange Heart” received the Marianne Moore Poetry Prize and the Society of Midland Authors Award. Wayne’s poems have appeared in “Poetry,” “The Iowa Review,” “American Scholar,” “Ploughshares,” “Massachusetts Review,” “Boulevard,” “The Cincinnati Review,” “Bellevue Literary Review,” “Tar River,” “The Journal of the American Medical Association” and “Poetry Daily.”
The Writer’s Reading Series is presented through the generous support of the Fontbonne Community Connection.
Parking is available on any lot on Fontbonne’s Clayton campus. Two hour parking is available on Wydown Blvd. to the north of the Taylor Library. Alternative parking can be found at the former CBC high school on Clayton Rd. with a shuttle running every 15 minutes to and from Fontbonne University.
Learn more about the Fontbonne Community Connection.
Learn more about studying English, writing or communication at Fontbonne.