Poems in which You Die: Bill Coughlin
As you all know by now, the reading/release party for Poems in which You Die is this Sunday! You can check out the event here! Our next reader is Bill Coughlin. Meet Bill.
Bill Coughlin is a Chicago native who lives near the lake with his partner and cocker spaniel. He earned his MA in English from DePaul University and his MFA in Poetry from Columbia College. At various times in his life he has been a seminarian, a teacher, a Unitarian Universalist, a classical pianist, a runner, a dog lover and a world traveler. He lives with his partner and their cocker spaniel in Chicago and spends as much time as possible on the coast of Maine. His first collection of poems, entitled migrations, was published by Aquitaine Media, a local publishing company. He is currently planning a second full-length collection centered on issues arising from recovered memories.
That’s right. Bill will be reading this Sunday. 5:00, at the Towbar. One drink minimum. Sarah Carson will have her book on hand. See you there?