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A conversation with Rebecca Balcarcel

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A Conversation With Rebecca Balcarcel

Poet Rebecca Balcarcel will visit Abilene Christian University on April 3 to help us celebrate National Poetry month. Listen as she talks about her writing technique, her early influences and her favorite poem. She also shares one of her own pieces, “Ferry Crossing.” Stay connected!

Poet Rebecca Balcarcel will visit Abilene Christian University on April 3 to help celebrate National Poetry Month with a free, open reading at 7:30 p.m. in the Core Classroom adjacent to the Brown Library.

Listen as she talks about her writing technique, her early influences and her favorite poem. She also shares one of her own pieces, “Ferry Crossing.” Balcarcel teaches creative writing at Tarrant County College where she serves as associate professor of English. Her work has appeared in more than 40 journals, including North American ReviewConcho River ReviewOklahoma ReviewSegue, and South Dakota Review. She is creative nonfiction editor for Amarillo Bay, an online literary magazine featuring modern literature.

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Robin Saylor (M.S. ’03) is director of content strategy for University Marketing and editor of ACU Today online. In addition to writing and editing, she develops strategies to promote the university through web, social media, print publications, video, e-newsletters and other communication channels.


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