I'm happy to be giving a reading and conducting writing workshops at the 2013 Ministry of Writing Colloquium at Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, IN. You can read about the event here.
On April 7, 2013, Jeff Hardin sat down with David Harris (WRFN 107.1 FM) to discuss Notes for a Praise Book. Listen.
Old Curiosity Bookshop, in downtown Columbia, TN, has selected Notes for a Praise Book as its April book club selection. April, as you may know, is National Poetry Month. Join me this Thursday evening (April 25th) at 7 p.m. for an informal discussion of the book. Old Curiosity Bookshop is located at 12 Public Square.
I will be taking part in an interesting event on Tuesday, April 2nd, (7:30 p.m.) at Lipscomb University. The event is part of the Nashville Public Library's NashvilleReads campaign. I will read from my new book, Notes for a Praise Book, and then students will present their own creative works in an open mic format. I'm always happy to be involved with events at Lipscomb University. Read an article about the event here.
I will be giving a reading from my new collection, Notes for a Praise Book, at Martin Methodist College's 10th Annual Literary Festival on Thursday, March 21st. The event will be held at 6 p.m. in the Gault Center Recital Hall. Pass the word along to anyone in the area.
The book was recently reviewed by Chapter 16, and the link can be found here.
Jeff Hardin is professor of English at Columbia State Community College in Columbia, TN. He is the author of five collections of poetry, including Fall Sanctuary (Nicholas Roerich Prize, 2004), Notes for a Praise Book (Jacar Press, 2013), Restoring the Narrative (Donald Justice Poetry Prize, 2015), Small Revolution, and No Other Kind of World (X. J. Kennedy Prize, 2017). His sixth collection, A Clearing Space in the Middle of Being, is forthcoming in 2019.