Abigail Chabitnoy, Zach Yanowitz, & Katherine Indermaur in Denver

Counterpath 7935 East 14th Ave. Denver, CO

Please join us Friday, February 3, 2023, 7pm, at Counterpath (7935 East 14th Ave. in Denver) for a reading by Abigail Chabitnoy, Kathering Indermaur, and Zach Yanowtiz. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments.

Read about Abigail Chabitnoy’s new book, In the Current Where Drowning is Beautiful, here. 

Book cover. Cream colored background with abstract art ant text that reads: "In the Current Where Drowning is Beautiful," by Abigail Chabitnoy"

Abigail Chabitnoy is a Koniag descendant and member of the Tangirnaq Native Village in Kodiak. She is the author of In the Current Where Drowning Is Beautiful (Wesleyan 2022) and How to Dress a Fish (Wesleyan 2019), shortlisted for the 2020 International Griffin Prize for Poetry and winner of the 2020 Colorado Book Award, and the linocut illustrated chapbook Converging Lines of Light (Flower Press 2021). She was a 2021 Peter Taylor Fellow at Kenyon Writers Workshop and the recipient of the 2020 Witter Bynner Native Poet Residency at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, CO. Her poems have appeared in Hayden’s Ferry ReviewBoston Review, Tin House, Gulf CoastLitHub, and Red Ink, among others. She currently teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts and is an assistant professor at UMass Amherst. Abigail holds a BA in Anthropology and English from Saint Vincent College and an MFA in Creative Writing from Colorado State University. Find her at salmonfisherpoet.com.

Zach Yanowitz is a poet who teaches in the English department at Colorado State University.

Katherine Indermaur is the author of I|I (Seneca Review Books), winner of the 2022 Deborah Tall Lyric Essay Book Prize, and two chapbooks. She serves as an editor for Sugar House Review and is the winner of the Black Warrior Review 2019 Poetry Contest and the 2018 Academy of American Poets Prize. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Coast|noCoast, Ecotone, Electric Literature, New Delta Review, Ninth Letter, the Normal School, and elsewhere. She lives with her family in Fort Collins, Colorado.