Greg Santos virtual reading at Suwanee Georgia’s Read it Again Bookstore

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Poetry Hour with Bunkong Tuon and Greg Santos August 7th
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Here is the YouTube link where the event can be viewed on August 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0fyfX1Q6TE

Read It Again Bookstore is excited to welcome Bunkong Tuon and Greg Santos to our weekly poetry series. This should be a fun and lively conversation about poetry, craft and common interests.

Greg Santos

Greg Santos is the author of Blackbirds (2018), Rabbit Punch! (2014), and The Emperor’s Sofa (2010). He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from New York City’s The New School. He regularly works with at-risk communities as a creative writing instructor and he teaches at the Thomas More Institute. He is the Editor in Chief of the Quebec Writers’ Federation’s online literary journal, carte blanche. He is an adoptee of Cambodian, Spanish, and Portuguese descent. He lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada with his family. Photo credit: Mollye Miller

Bunkong Tuon

Bunkong Tuon is a Cambodian-American writer and critic. He is the author of Gruel, And So I Was Blessed (both published by NYQ Books), The Doctor Will Fix It (Shabda Press), and Dead Tongue (a chapbook with Joanna C. Valente, Yes Poetry). He has published in both print and online magazines and journals, including Numéro Cinq, Paterson Literary Review, Chiron Review, carte-blanche, Consequence Magazine, Diode Poetry Journal, Mekong Review, Nerve Cowboy, Cultural Weekly, Massachusetts Review, and Poetry Quarterly.Nominated for numerous Pushcart and Best of the Net prizes, his poetry won the 2019 Nasiona Nonfiction Poetry Prize. He teaches at Union College, in Schenectady, NY. He tweets @BunkongTuon

You can pre-order Greg’s new book Ghost Face today! Just email dcbookscanada@gmail.com

Event date:

Friday, August 7, 2020 – 8:00pm