Robin Beth Schaer Selected for Creative Capital 2022 Shortlist
May 10, 2022
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Robin Beth Schaer was selected for Creative Captial's 2022 Shortlist for her current project, a collection of poems and essays that explore art, erasure, and atrocity.
Poem by Robin Beth Schaer is Set to Music for Chamber Choir
March 1, 2022
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Robin Beth Schaer's poem "Holdfast" was set to music by composer Matthew Recio in a composition for vocal chamber choir. The piece was recently performed by the Chicago ensemble "Stare at the Sun." A recording is available online.
Robin Beth Schaer's poem adapted for chamber choir
October 18, 2021
Robin Beth Schaer publishes in New Poetry from the Midwest
August 5, 2021
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Robin Beth Schaer's poem "The Long Now" was just published in the anthology New Poetry from the Midwest from New American Press. The expansive collection brings together work by 171 poets across the Midwest. Schaer's poem is a dialogue between a mother and child about the night sky and mortality.
Robin Beth Schaer Publishes Essay
July 11, 2020
Robin Beth Schaer, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, published an essay in Jewish Currents about the solace Pablo Neruda’s “Keeping Quiet” has provided during quarantine and the portrait of reckoning and transformation that the poem offers.
Robin Beth Schaer's Poem Chosen as Feature
May 8, 2020
Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Robin Beth Schaer's poem "Holdfast" was chosen by former U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith for a National Poetry Month feature on the Academy of American Poets' website.
Robin Beth Schaer Receives Ohio Arts Council Award
February 12, 2020
Robin Beth Schaer, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, was awarded an Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award for 2020 in the poetry category.
February 8, 2021
February 28, 2020