Music & Memory

The Tusculum Review hosts the winner of our 2022 Poetry Chapbook Prize, Zambian poet Mubanga Kalimamukwento, for a reading, Q&A, and reception celebrating the publication of her chapbook, unmarked graves. She describes the collection as “conversations with ghosts,” and she contemplates the loss of her closest family members to the AIDS epidemic in Zambia. Copies of the limited edition chapbook will be sold and signed. Original illustrations by artist Amiah Brown.

2022 Poetry Chapbook Prize winner Mubanga Kalimamukwento’s Chapbook Launch

Thursday, November 17 | 7 pm | Behan Theater | Tusculum University | Free and open to the public

(Illustration by Amiah Brown.)

Suphil Lee Park’s essay “An Escape Clause,” published in Volume 17 of The Tusculum Review, was recognized on the list of Notable Essays and Literary Nonfiction of 2021 in Best American Essays 2022.

Priscilla Long’s essay “After Long Silence,” published in Volume 17 of The Tusculum Review, was recognized on the list of Notable Essays and Literary Nonfiction of 2021 in Best American Essays 2022.

2022 Poetry Chapbook Prizewinner

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Mubanga  Kalimamukwento

2022 Poetry Chapbook Prize Finalist

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Brent Amenyro

2022 Poetry Chapbook Prize Judge

Carmen Giménez

Current Issue | Volume 17