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Author Visit with Dr. Cheryl Hopson

Friday 2/23 • 7 PM

Essayist and poet Cheryl Hopson visits Augusta University and The Book Tavern for the National African American Read-In.

Thursday 2/22 • 10 AM • UH 239 (on Augusta University'campus)
Workshop: Bringing ‘The World’ Into Your Poetry

Friday 2/23 • 11 AM - 2 PM • UH 170
African American Read-In: Love, Grief, and the Human Condition

Friday 2/23 • 7 PM • The Book Tavern
Cheryl Hopson Book Signing + Q&A

About Dr. Cheryl Hopson:

Dr. Cheryl R. Hopson is an associate professor of English and African American studies in the Department of English at WKU. She has published essays on Alice Walker, Zora Neale Hurston, and Rebecca Walker; as well as on U.S. Black and Third Wave feminism. 

A poet as well, Hopson's first full-length poetry collection In Case You Get This debuted in the summer of 2023. Finishing Line Press published her chapbooks Fragile (2017), and Black Notes (2013); other poems can be found in Toronto Quarterly, Indianapolis Review, Not Very Quiet, Rise Up Review, and other venues.


Events in partnership with Augusta University Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.


Date: 02/23/2024
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm