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Tue, Sep 21


Webinar with a Studio-Style Audience

A Conversation with Poet L. Renée

A free-ranging conversation with Peter Bullough Foundation poet-in-residence L. Renée and 1455 Literary Arts Founding Director Sean Murphy

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A Conversation with Poet L. Renée
A Conversation with Poet L. Renée

Time & Location

Sep 21, 2021, 7:00 PM

Webinar with a Studio-Style Audience

About the Event

Hosted with 1455 Literary Arts, the Peter Bullough Foundation is excited to announce a conversation with our poet-in-residence L. Renée and 1455 Founding Director, Sean Murphy, on September 21 at 7PM EST. This free-ranging conversation will include readings of L. Renée's work and discussion in a webinar-style format with a studio-style audience. 

About L. Renée

L. Renée is a poet and nonfiction writer from Columbus, Ohio. Having recently finished her MFA at Indiana University, she served as Nonfiction Editor of Indiana Review and Associate Director of the Indiana University Writers’ Conference. Her work has been nominated for Best New Poets and a Pushcart Prize and she is the recipient of the Indiana University Guy Lemmon Award in Public Writing, Appalachian Review's Denny C. Plattner Award, and second place winner of the Crystal Wilkinson Creative Writing Prize. She has received support from Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference, Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, Oak Spring Garden Foundation, and the Peter Bullough Foundation. L. Renée believes in Black joy, which she occasionally expresses on Instagram @lreneepoems

Attendees are encouraged to submit questions prior to or during the conversation. If you are interested in asking your question as part of the studio-style audience or if you are interested in submitting a question ahead of time, please email While this event is free, you can make a donation to support 1455 and the Peter Bullough Foundation in offering accessible programming.

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