Chautauqua Writers' Center Brown Bag with Poet-in-Residence Ralph Black

Brown bag conversation with Week Nine poet-in-residence Ralph Black. Ralph Black’s first collection of poetry, Turning Over the Earth, was published by Milkweed Editions. He is also the author of the chapbook, The Apple Psalms. The recipient of the Anne Halley Poetry Prize from The Massachusetts Review and the Chelsea Poetry Prize, his poems have appeared in such journals as The Georgia and Gettysburg Reviews, Orion, West Branch, and AGNI. His most recent collection, Bloom and Laceration, won the Hopper Poetry Prize from Green Writers Press. He teaches English and creative writing at SUNY Brockport.