We're pleased to welcome Seattle poet Elizabeth Austen back to Elliott Bay this evening to read from two recently published collections. Where Currents Meet, one of a quartet of chapbooks published in Sightline (ToadLily Press), includes a poetic reinterpretation of the story of Adam and Eve. She also reads from her recently published, well-received collection, The Girl Who Goes Alone (Floating Bridge Press). For more than ten years, Elizabeth Austen has presented poetry and author interviews on Seattle's NPR affiliate, KUOW. She served as the 2007 Washington "roadshow poet," giving readings and workshops in rural areas around the state and as part of the Hugo House Literary Series.