Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Schwitzer Student Center, Trustees Dining Room (University of Indianapolis)
FREE, open to public
Elizabeth Weber is the founder of the Kellogg Writers Series and a retired professor of English at the University of Indianapolis. Her poetry collections include Small Mercies, The Burning House, and Porthole Views: Watercolors and Poems, a collaboration with artist Hazel Stoeckeler. Her poem “City Generations” is part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Her essays appear in CutBank, Prairie Schooner, The Human Tradition and The Vietnam War, Montana Magazine, and Consequence.