Angelique Zobitz Book Launch with Dr. Taylor Byas

Join CavanKerry Press on Tuesday (4/4) at 7pm EST for a reading and conversation with Angelique Zobitz and Dr. Taylor Byas where we’ll be celebrating the launch of Angelique’s new book of poems, Seraphim.

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Angelique Zobitz (she/her/hers) is the author of the chapbooks Burn Down Your House from Milk & Cake Press and Love Letters to the Revolution from American Poetry Journal. Her work has been a 2022 Jake Adam York finalist, 2022 Philip Levine Prize semifinalist, 2022 St. Lawrence finalist, 2022 Tupelo Prize finalist, and 2021 Georgia Poetry Prize finalist. Nominated multiple times for Best of the Net, Best New Poets, and the Pushcart Prize, her poems have appeared in The JournalSugar House ReviewObsidian: Literature & Arts of the African Diaspora, and many others. She can be found at and on Twitterand Instagram @angeliquezobitz

Dr. Taylor Byas, Ph.D. (she/her) is a Black Chicago native currently living in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she is a Features Editor for The Rumpus, and a Poetry Acquisitions Editor for Variant Literature, and an Editorial Advisor for Jackleg Press. She is the 1st place winner of the 2020 Poetry Super Highway Contest, the 2020 Frontier Poetry Award for New Poets Contest, and the 2021 Adrienne Rich Poetry Prize. She is the author of the chapbook Bloodwarm from Variant Literature, a second chapbook, Shutter, from Madhouse Press, and her debut full-length, I Done Clicked My Heels Three Times, from Soft Skull Press, which won the 2023 Maya Angelou Book Award and the 2023 Chicago Review of Books Award in Poetry. She is also a co-editor of The Southern Poetry Anthology, Vol X: Alabama from Texas Review Press, and of Poemhood: Our Black Revival, a YA anthology on Black folklore from HarperCollins.