September 1 – Greg, Kathleen, and Shula
Kathleen Butler is Managing Editor of Connecticut Review. Her fiction and poetry have been published in Louisiana Literature, Connecticut Review, Caduceus, Folio, and Voices Along the River. She is the winner of the Leslie Leeds Poetry Prize and the Eve Cummings Fiction Prize. She has also been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Greg Antonini is a student at Southern Connecticut State University where was named Student Poet in 2003. He is the winner of the Leo Connellan Poetry Prize and the Eve Cummings Prize for Poetry. He was named a Connecticut Student Poet and toured for the Connecticut Poetry Circuit. He has been published in Connecticut Review and Folio. He has read at many colleges, including Yale, Wesleyan, and Trinity.
Shulamith S. Chernoff is Professor of Education Emerita at Southern Connecticut State University. She has translated a holocaust survivor’s memoirs; her translation was published in a collection of such memoirs entitled We Remember (1994). In November, 2000 she was awarded the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award for Poems on the Jewish Experience in the Emergent Poet category. The Rosenberg Award is given annually by the Judah L. Magnes Museum in Berkeley, California. She has had poetry published in the Connecticut Review and Louisiana Literature.
(host – Peter)