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Thomas Glave reads his poetry and lectures
at the Ohio University Spring Literary Festival

Thomas Glave

Thomas Glave is author of the collection Whose Song? and Other Stories (City Lights), nominated by the American Library Association for their Best Gay/Lesbian Book of the Year award and by the Quality Paperback Book Club for their Violet Quill/Best New Gay/Lesbian Fiction Award.

His collection of experimental/political essays, Words To Our Now: Imagination and Dissent, was published in November 2005 by the University of Minnesota Press and was awarded the Lambda Award in Nonfiction in 2006. His edited anthology, Our Caribbean: A Gathering of Lesbian and Gay Writing from the Antilles, will appear from Duke University Press in 2008, followed in the same year by a new book of fiction, The Torturer's Wife (City Lights).

The recipient of numerous fellowships and awards, including an O. Henry Prize for fiction and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Fine Arts Center in Provincetown, Glave was named a Writer on the Verge by The Village Voice in 2000.

Listen to Thomas Glave read his poems (RealAudio)
2008 Ohio University Spring Literary Festival
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Listen to Thomas Glave's lecture (RealAudio)
2008 Ohio University Spring Literary Festival
Introduction by Jordan Schildcraft
Thomas Glave's lecture (mp3)

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