Riverfront Special featuring Greg Field and Maryfrances Wagner
Friday, October 9th, 8 PM
Online event (Zoom): register at https://tinyurl.com/rfz201009
Please join us for our October 9th Riverfront Special Zoom reading featuring Greg Field and Maryfrances Wagner.
To attend, please register for the reading at https://tinyurl.com/rfz201009, and you will be provided with the information needed to join the reading.
Greg Field is an artist, writer, drummer, sailor, chemist, computer geek, and he plays in the band River Cow Orchestra. He has a BFA and an MA in painting and his paintings are in private collections all over the country. His poems have been published in many journals and anthologies including New Letters, Laurel Review, Karamu, Chiron, et. al. His book The Longest Breath (MidAm) was a Thorpe Menn Finalist. His book Black Heart from Mammoth Press focuses on his Native American heritage. Woodley Press published his latest book, Uncertainties. He continues to combine his love of the arts in music, poetry, and visual arts. He is a co-editor of I-70 Review and on the board of directors for The Writers Place.
Maryfrances Wagner's newest books are The Silence of Red Glass and The Immigrants' New Camera. Her poems have appeared in many literary magazines including New Letters, Birmingham Poetry Review, Natural Bridge, Laurel Review, Voices in Italian Americana, and Poetry East as well as anthologies and textbooks. She is a co-editor of I-70 Review and has served as co-president of The Writers Place. The Missouri Arts Council chose her as Individual Artist of 2020.