A Night with Flood Editions with Fanny Howe, Lisa Jarnot & Devin Johnston

Fanny Howe’s recent collection of poetry Come and See was published in 2011. In recent years Flood Editions has published two prose works, Economics and What Did I Do Wrong? In 2009 she won the Ruth Lilly Lifetime Achievement Award for poetry and currently she is a visiting writer at the Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice at Georgetown University. Lisa Jarnot is the author of four collections of poetry (including Black Dog Songs and Night Scenes from Flood Editions) as well as Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus, a Comprehensive Biography. She lives in Sunnyside, Queens where she works as a freelance gardener. Devin Johnston is the author of four books of poetry, the most recent of which is Traveler (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2011); and two books of prose, including Creaturely and Other Essays (Turtle Point, 2009). He works for Flood Editions. Read more about Flood at www.floodeditions.com.