Programs  feedback


Jun 3, 2015

KANEKO | 1111 Jones St
7:00 p.m.


feedback is an ongoing series that aims to elevate the conversation about the writing process. The next feedback reading will be held Wednesday, June 3 from 7 – 9 p.m. and will feature local writers Rebecca Rotert and Todd Robinson.

All feedback readings are FREE and open to the public. Register by clicking on the “Register Now” button above.

Both authors will also host a FREE follow-up writing workshop on Saturday, June 6 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Registration is required and seating is limited. Please do not register unless you are certain you will attend. This workshop is in high demand and seating is limited. Register for the workshop HERE.

The goal of feedback is to invigorate the audience by inviting them into the writer’s creative development, while also providing the audience the opportunity to generate their own work. With community and communing in mind, this one-of-a-kind reading series aims to demystify the creative process and empower would-be writers, emerging writers or those who simply appreciate the written word, by flipping the script on the typical paradigm of a reading.

Rebecca Rotert
Rebecca Rotert received her MA from Hollins College in Virginia where she was the recipient of the Academy of American Poets prize. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Santa Clara Review, America magazine, Hospital Drive Journal of Literature and Humanities, Temenos journal and Outside-In magazine. Her essay, Proteus on the Vasa was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Last Night at the Blue Angel is her first novel.  She lives in Omaha, NE.

Todd Robinson
Since receiving his Ph.D. in English from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Todd Robinson has taught at Creighton University and in the Writer’s Workshop at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. His poems have appeared in Margie, The Southeast Review, The Potomac Review, Strange Machine, Natural Bridge, The Midwest Quarterly, and elsewhere. His articles and book reviews have appeared in M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, The Lincoln Journal-Star, Dictionary of Literary Influences, and Prairie Schooner. He is a founding member of the Seven Doctors Project, served for a time on the board of the Backwaters Press, has judged several writing contests, and has presented his work in bars and classrooms, hospitals and restaurants, at dinner parties and art museums, parks and coffee shops, and at Ted Kooser’s farm. His most recent collection of poetry is Note at Heart Rock.

feedback is made possible by generous contributions from Humanities Nebraska with additional support from the Nebraska Arts Council.

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