Judy Jensen & Joe Ahearn

Issue #36 of Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review Summer 2011 edition is coming out on July 23rd.

Listen to the Interview

If you’re on Facebook, you can “attend” the event here: Writing on the Air, it’s a radio show!

And they’re celebrating!

Saturday, July 23, 2011,
3 PM
Clive Bar
609 Davis Street
(corner of historical Rainey St. and Davis St.)

Austin, Texas

Issue #36 was edited by Judy Jensen.

Judy Jensen, along with Joe Ahearn are our two guests on Writing On The Air, this Wednesday the 20th, from 6-7pm Central Texas Time for an in-studio LIVE interview. You can join us on your local Austin 91.7 FM dial, or stream us online LIVE from anywhere around the world from KOOP.org webpage.

Judy Jensen poems have been published in journals and anthologies such as The Prose Poem: An International Journal and What Will Suffice: Contemporary American Poets on the Art of Poetry. Her poems have placed in the Austin International Poetry Festival, won first place in The Texas Poetry Calendar 2008 Awards and been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Two of her poems are on display at the Blanton Museum of Art as part of the Blanton Poetry Project. She edited Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, Issue #33
, Fall/Winter 2009. She is co-founder of Float Press and has letter-pressed poetry broadsides for W.S. Merwin, Kay Ryan, Tony Hoagland and more on a 1908 Golding Jobber #6.

Joe Ahearn is the author of two books of poetry, Five Fictions and synthetic. He earned his M.F.A. at the University of Texas, where he was a fellow at the The James A. Michener Center for Writers
and served on the editorial board for Bat City Review. His poetry, essays, translations and criticism have been widely published in magazine, journals, anthologies and textbooks.

He’s also the online editor of Bat Terrier at BatTerrier and has poems in the upcoming summer issue of Borderlands.