DAISY FRIED @ Penn
- DAISY FRIED @ Penn
Introduced by GREG DJANIKIAN
Thursday, October 5th, 6pm
The Kelly Writers House
University of Pennsylvania
3805 Locust Walk
co-sponsored by the Creative Writing Program.
DAISY FRIED is the author of two books of poems, MY BROTHER IS GETTING ARRESTED
AGAIN, (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006), a finalist for the 2005 James Laughlin Award
from the Academy of American Poets, and SHE DIDN'T MEAN TO DO IT, (Pittsburgh, 2000),
which won the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize. For her poetry she has also been awarded a
Guggenheim Fellowhsip, a Hodder Fellowship, a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant, a
Pushcart Prize, the Cohen Award from Ploughshares, a Bread Loaf Writers Conference
fellowship, the Leeway Award for Excellence. She is currently Grace Hazard Conkling
Writer-in-Residence at Smith College, and lives in Northampton, MA and South Philly.