March 16, 2019 Jesse Sauer presents In Favor of a Poetics of Impermanence

Come join us and listen as Jesse Sauer discusses the relationship between poetry and time. Bring your paper and pen, and be ready for a few poetry writing exercises.


Jesse Sauer is a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Poetry, After spending two years teaching in China, he came to Oklahoma where he obtained a Master's Degree in TESOL from OCU. Currently, he is a senior instructor in ESL. 

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Jack Burgos

Jack is a 32-year-old writer and home-based counselor born in Miami, Florida, and living in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy from Tulane University in New Orleans in 2007 and his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the University of Tulsa in 2013. Jack has been writing since the fourth grade. His friends and he began A Murder of Storytellers in 2012, which has done a great deal to encourage him to take his writing seriously enough to start a website, Facebook page, and Twitter account, and to begin publishing his fiction. His work has been published in Happy Days, Sweetheart and Beyond the Nightlight. He is also the chief editor of Broken Worlds. Jack’s fiction interests include science fiction, urban fantasy, and horror.