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Public Poetry: Bradley Earle Hoge

Poet-scientist Brad Hoge describes the intersection of geology, ecology, evolution and poetry.



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Poet Brad Hoge.
Poet Brad Hoge. Photo courtesy of Mr. Hoge.

The Public Poetry Series presents a reading by Winston Derden, Bradley Earle Hoge, Michelle Oakes and Yerra Sugarman on Saturday, October 4, at 2pm at Houston Public Library’s Central Library

Houston Public Media’s Catherine Lu chatted with Bradley Earle Hoge, who shared four of his poems.

Bradley Earle Hoge is the managing editor of Dark Matter, a journal of speculative literature published online through the University of Houston – Downtown. His poems appear in numerous literary journals and anthologies including Chronogram, Rattle, Tertulia, Stickman Review, and Tar Wolf Review. He has had four chapbooks published by KattyWompus Press, Red Berry Editions, and Plain View Press. He is also on the Steering Committee for the Houston Poetry Fest. Bradley lives in Spring, Texas with his wife and three children. He teaches natural science at the UHD. 


Catherine Lu

Catherine Lu

Senior Content Producer & Announcer

While growing up in Chicago and Houston, Catherine’s love for art, music and creative writing was influenced by her teachers and parents. She was once concertmaster of the Clear Lake High School Orchestra and a four-time violinist of the Texas All-State Symphony. A graduate of the University of Chicago, Catherine...

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