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Omaha writer to read at Northeast Visiting Writers event

Omaha writer to read at Northeast Visiting Writers event
Todd Robinson. (Courtesy Photo)

NORFOLK, NE – An Omaha man will be featured during the first Visiting Writers Series of the spring semester at Northeast Community College in Norfolk.

Todd Robinson will read from his work on Wednesday, February 12, at 4 p.m., in the College Welcome Center, Room 1108-B.

Robinson has published two books of poetry, most recently Mass for Shut-Ins (Backwaters). His writing has appeared in such venues as Prairie SchoonerSuperstition ReviewCanopic JarA Dozen Nothing, and Sugar House Review.

Robinson has conducted community writing workshops with The Seven Doctors Project, The Naturalist School, Nebraska Warrior Writers, Nebraska Writers Collective, and, last summer, in Athlone, Ireland, with the CÚRAM Center for Research in Medical Devices.

He is an Assistant Professor in the Writer’s Workshop at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.

The Visiting Writers Series is sponsored by the Northeast Community College English Department. All events are free and open to the public. For further information, contact Bonnie Johnson-Bartee, coordinator, at (402) 844-7673.

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