received her MFA from Columbia University. er work is frequently broadcast on BBC radio, and translated internationally. A recipient of a Cholmondeley Award from the Society of Authors, she has received grants from the Arts Council of Great Britain and won second prize in the National Poetry Competition. She has also held fellowships at Wesleyan Writers' Conference and at Villa Mont Noir in France. She is co-writer of Start Writing Poetry for the Open University and teaches extensively within academia at graduate and undergraduate level and for all ages and levels: in schools, prisons and as part of adult education programs and community projects. Cassandra, a mini-opera written with her composer father, Eric Salzman, has been widely performed in Europe.
Saturday, October 13
3:00-4:00 pm, Legislative Plaza, Room 30
By the Sweat of Her Brow: Modern Women Poets
George Ella Lyon, Eva Salzman