The Program in Creative Writing, The Department of English, University of Florida, presents a reading
of new & published work by

Glyn Maxwell

7 PM
January 24, 2003

Research Room, Smathers Library
(2nd Floor, Library East)
University of Florida

Glyn Maxwell is the author of poetry collections, verse plays, and novels, including: The Nerve (2002); Time’s Fool: A Tale in Verse (2001); Boys at Twilight: Poems 1990–1995 (2000); The Breakage (1998); The World They Mean: A New Poem (1997); The Wolfpit: The Tale of Green Children of Suffolk (1996); Rest for the Wicked (1995); Blue Burneau (1994); Gnyss the Magnificent: Three Verse Plays (1993); Out of the Rain (1992); and Tale of the Mayor’s Son (1990).

Mr. Maxwell has received the Somerset Maugham Award, the Eric Gregory Award, and the E.M. Forster Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He has studied at Oxford and Boston Universities, has served as Writer in Residence at Amherst College from 1996–2000, has been the Poetry Editor for The New Republic since 2001, and in 2002 he joined the faculty at the New School in New York as a Professor in the graduate writing program.

The reading is sponsored by the Creative Writing Program of the Department of English. For further information please contact the Program Director, Padgett Powell, <powell@english.ufl.edu>.