Poet David J. Bauman to Give Reading at NCC Monroe Campus
A Poetry Reading is part of College's Art & Lecture Series
Bethlehem, PA (10/03/2019) — Northampton Community College's (NCC) Monroe Campus Arts and Lecture Series will feature poet David J. Bauman on October 17, 2019, 11:000 a.m. - noon in Keystone Hall, Room 202, Monroe Campus. In addition to a poetry reading, he will also visit various classes.
Bauman's first chapbook Moons, Roads, and Rivers, was released in December 2017 by Finishing Line Press. His second chapboook is called Angels & Adultery. It was selected by Nickole Brown for the Robin Becker Chapbook Series and published by Seven Kitchens Press in May of 2018. He is currently working on two full-length collections, one of which is a father-son project with his son, Micah.
Bauman's poems have appeared in various literary magazines and journals, including 2 Bridges Review, Barely South Review, San Pedro River Review, and Contemporary American Voices.
He was awarded the University Prize from the Academy of American Poets for his poem "Overvision" (Moons, Roads, and Rivers). And is currently the editorial advisor for Word Fountain, the Literary Magazine of the Osterhout Free Library where he previously served two years as editor-in-chief.
A librarian by day, Bauman enjoys birding, hiking, and camping with his three grown sons in the woodlands of Pennsylvania, where he currently resides. He is also an activist for gay parents.
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