BJ Atwood-Fukuda, author of poetry and prose, will be reading from her recent work on Monday, August 12, at the Woods Hole Public Library at 7:30 PM.

Ms. Atwood-Fukuda has an MFA from The New School and is a founding member of the New York workshop, Writing at the Crossroads. Her work has appeared in Great American Prose Poems from Poe to the Present and Free Radicals: American Poets Before Their First Books, as well as in American Letters, Commentary, The Mad Hatter’s Review, Tupelo Quarterly and The Wall (wittypartition.org), among others. She lives and writes in NYC and Woods Hole.

Ms. Atwood-Fukuda’s reading will feature pages from a work-in-progress, as well as some recent poems. Those who know Ms. Atwood-Fukuda’s work agree that it does not lend itself to easy categorization. Some have called it “prose poetry.” Ms. Atwood-Fukuda favors the term “riff.” As always, she invites questions and comments from listeners.

The event is free and open to the public.

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