900 Chicon Street - Aggard Lovinggood Bldg, Rm AL-200
Austin, Texas

Dalton Publishing Up Close and Personal at this year's Austin International Poetry Festival
A special reading and panel discussion with Dalton's AIPF featured poets and publisher, Deltina Hay

Media Contact: Deltina Hay
[email protected]

Who: Dalton Publishing's AIPF featured poets: Lyman Grant, W. Joe Hoppe, and Ric Williams; publisher Deltina Hay; and several other featured poets including Larry D. Thomas & Jill Alexander Essbaum.

What: Hosted by Houston poet, professor and lawyer (yes, lawyer) Ken Jones, the event will begin with a fast-paced poetry reading, followed by a panel discussion with the authors and publisher of Dalton Publishing. With refreshments and entertainment before the event.

Each of Dalton's featured poets have been on the Austin literary scene for years. Ric Williams (the secret book of god, 2005) has been the “Litera” editor for the Austin Chronicle for nearly 20 years; Lyman Grant (The Road Home, 2006) is the Dean of Arts and Humanities at ACC; and Michener Fellow W. Joe Hoppe (Galvanized, 2006) also teaches at ACC.

Also featured are the Texas poet, Larry D. Thomas, Zürich poet Jill Alexander Essbaum, Michener Fellow D. Antwan Stewart, the lovely and talented Shia Shabazz, and Austin poet Susan Stockton.

When: Saturday, April 14, 1pm

Where: Huston-Tillotson College, 900 Chicon Street, Agard-Lovinggood Bldg., Rm AL-200

For interview or story information on Dalton Publishing, contact [email protected]. For full media kits on Dalton Publishing's authors and their books, visit our press page here.

For information on the other featured poets, or on other AIPF events, go to the AIPF website.
About Dalton Publishing

Dalton Publishing is an Austin based publishing company that specializes in works by Austin authors.
Website: http://www.daltonpublishing.com

Dalton Publishing
Deltina Hay
email: [email protected]
phone: 512-567-4955

Official Website: http://AIPF.org

Added by Dalton Publishing on March 29, 2007

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