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Lopate, Phillip. Against Joie De Vivre. New York: Poseidon, 1989.

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Chernoff, Maxine. Leap Year Day: New and Selected Poems. Chicago: Another Chicago Press, 1990. Originally published in New Faces of 1952 (Ithaca, NY: Ithaca House, 1985).
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Levertov. Denise. Evening Train. New York: New Directions, 1992.
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Tejada, Roberto. "Night Festival." Poem-a-Day, The Academy of American Poets, 7 Sep. 2021. Web. 14 Feb. 2023.

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Vang, Mai Der. Afterland. Minneapolis: Graywolf Press, 2017.

Reading

In this reading with Coleman Barks, Galway Kinnell reads primarily from a manuscript that would be published three years after this reading as Mortal Acts, Mortal Words. He also performs poems written by Christopher Smart and Walt Whitman.

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In his first visit to Tucson, Franz Wright reads prose pieces, most of which were unpublished at the time of his reading, as well as several lineated poems. He comments generously on his writing process and friendships with other poets.

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Zachary Schomburg reads from Fjords (2012) and Scary, No Scary (2009). This reading was originally given with Joyelle McSweeney.

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Sandra Cisneros reads short stories from The House on Mango Street (1984) and Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories (1991) and poetry from My Wicked Wicked Ways (1987).

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Jimmy Santiago Baca reads poems and prose from his body of work, including A Glass of Water (2009), A Place to Stand (2002), Healing Earthquakes (2001), Martín & Meditations on the South Valley (1987), and C-Train (Dream Boy's Story) and Thirteen Mexicans: Poems (2002).

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Jason Brown reads from an untitled novel in progress.
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Luis Alberto Urrea reads from Across the Wire: Life and Hard Times on the Mexican Border (1993), The Fever of Being (1994), Wandering Time: Western Notebooks (1999), and also from The Best American Poetry (1996).

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Timothy Liu reads new poems that would go on to be published in Don't Go Back to Sleep (2014), as well as poems from Polytheogamy (2009) and Bending the Mind Around the Dream's Blown Fuse (2009).

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Alan Feldman reads from his collection The Happy Genius (1978), as well as two new poems.

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Leonard Michaels reads from short stories written throughout his career, and concludes the reading with an excerpt from his novel The Men's Club (1981). His uncompromising realist sketches catch characters at their darkest and most vulnerable moments, and are colored with absurdist humor. Stories include those published in his collections Going Places (1969) and I Would Have Saved Them If I Could (1975). 

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Jorie Graham reads from her poetry collection Fast (2017).

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Monica Sok reads poems from her collection A Nail the Evening Hangs On (2020). This reading was originally given alongside Tiana Clark.

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