Lori Brack

Art Discipline: 
Lindsborg, KS
United States
Dates of Residence: 
Sep 5, 2016 to Sep 16, 2016

Lori Brack's poems and essays have been published in national journals including The Fourth River, Sugared Water/Epistolary, Mid-American Review, Another Chicago Magazine, and Superstition Review. In 2010, the Field School, New York, published her chapbook A Fine Place to See the Sky, a poetic script for a work of performance art by Ernesto Pujol. The script is a collaboration with her grandfather's 1907-1918 Kansas farming journals. Brack's background includes newspaper journalism, contemporary art education and publication, public library adult programming, and college teaching. She is working on a collection of essays inspired by poet and novelist Jim Harrison's idea that "reality is an accretion of the perceptions of all creatures, not just us."