The Paper photo by Abbey Bullerdick
Thursday, March 30, 2017 4:00 AM
Local author Marc Hudson put his new work on display Wednesday with a poetry reading and book signing at the Carnegie Museum. It was standing room only to hear Hudson speak about and read from his newest book. Red Mountain Press recently published Hudson’s new collection of poems, East of Sorrow. His earlier books include Island, Afterlight, The Disappearing Poet Blues and Journal for an Injured Son. Hudson taught creative writing and literature at Wabash College for 28 years. He’s been honored with an NEA fellowship and the Juniper Prize. He’s currently working on a collection of essays on the ecological imagination.