Liberal Arts Professor Has Poetic Spring

April 25th, 2014 by Amanda Pierce
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Charlene Fix  Photo: Ohioana Book Festival

Charlene Fix
Photo: Ohioana Book Festival

Liberal Arts Professor and poet Charlene Fix has had a busy spring season promoting her new work and giving presentations, and on May 10 she will appear as a featured poet at the Ohioana Library Book Festival.

Fix was recently interviewed on WCBE radio about the Ohioana Library Book Festival.

In April, Fix gave a presentation as a member of a panel, Trickster: Reconfiguring the World from its Edges, at the Northeast Modern Language Association conference in Harrisburg, PA.

March included a poetry reading at Echo Park Pilates and Art in Los Angeles and an appearance at the Marx Brothers Centennial Celebration in Rancho Mirage, CA, where she promoted Harpo Marx as Trickster, her study of Harpo in the 13 Marx Brothers films which was published in 2013.

Fix has also published her latest book of poetry, Frankenstein’s Flowers, which features a painting on the cover by CCAD Fine Arts Professor Anita Dawson.

Fix has received poetry fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council and the Greater Columbus Arts Council and has published poems in various literary magazines including Poetry, Literary Imagination, Mudfish, The Antioch Review, The Ohio Review, Chicago Review, The Journal, The Manhattan Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Artful Dodge, Rattle, The Cincinnati Review, and Alimentum.

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One Response to “Liberal Arts Professor Has Poetic Spring”

  1. Nanette Hayakawa says:

    That’s my Gurl Charlene!
    What a lovely picture of you and a nice write up – which brings me to…..I picked up one of the downtown Columbus newspapers just today at Happy Dragon restaurant where I went for lunch and there you were!!!
    You are so popular. I’m honored to know you….you are “kickin’ it” and it is well deserved because you work hard at it.