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Christopher Burawa

Christopher Burawa

Burawa, Christopher
Title: Christopher Burawa
Reading Date: Sunday, March 15, 2009

Introduction -3708

Description:

by Tony Luebbermann

Opening Remarks and "What Jarrell and I Have in Common" -3709

Annotation:

Burawa, Christopher. The Small Mystery of Lapses. Cleveland: Cleveland State University, 2006.

"Evening of the Tipped Boat and Our Resting"-3710

Annotation:

Burawa, Christopher. The Small Mystery of Lapses. Cleveland: Cleveland State University, 2006.

"one two, eight nine"-3711

Description:

Burawa, Christopher. [i]The Small Mystery of Lapses[/i]. Cleveland: Cleveland State University, 2006.

"The Mind Flows a River that Murders Someone"-3712

Annotation:

Burawa, Christopher. "The Mind Flows a River that Murders Someone." Columbia Poetry Review. 19 (2006). Print.

"A Theory of Eczema" -3713

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Burawa, Chris. "A Theory of Eczema." Prairie Schooner. 82:1 (Spring 2008): 40-41. Print.

"An Enso for Larry Levis" -3714

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Burawa, Christopher. "An Enso for Larry Levis." Burnside Review. 3:1 (2006): 50. Print.

"Desire and Disbelief"-3715

Description:

by Jóhann Hjálmarsson. Trans. Christopher Burawa. From an unpublished manuscript of translations.

"Valediction for Rimbaud"-3716

Description:

by Jóhann Hjálmarsson. Trans. Christopher Burawa. From an unpublished manuscript of translations.

"Morning Light in the Faroes" and "Song"-3717

Description:

by Jóhann Hjálmarsson. Trans. Christopher Burawa. From an unpublished manuscript of translations.

"Love Poem" -3718

Description:

by Jóhann Hjálmarsson. Trans. Christopher Burawa. From an unpublished manuscript of translations.

Reading Date: Sunday, March 15, 2009
Series: Tucson Festival of Books
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center, Tucson Festival of Books

Christopher Burawa reads from The Small Mystery of Lapses (2006). He also reads uncollected and unpublished poems, including translations of poems by Icelandic poet Jóhann Hjálmarsson. This reading was originally given alongside Ofelia Zepeda for the inaugural Tucson Festival of Books.

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