The American Poetry Review

Visiting Writers Series


Thursday, February 14, 7 p.m., Connelly Auditorium, Terra Hall

Jacob Saenz was born in Chicago and raised in Cicero, Illinois., won the /Honickman First Book Prize. His poems have appeared in , , , and other journals. His poetry has also been anthologized in and . A Canto-Mundo fellow, Saenz has been the recipient of a Letras Latinas Residency and a Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship. He serves as an associate editor for .

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