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Harper, Michael S. Song: I Want a Witness. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1972.

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Berssenbrugge, Mei-mei. Sphericity. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press, 1993.

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Derricotte, Toi. Natural Birth. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1983.

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Kinnell, Galway. The Book of Nightmares. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1971.

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This reading takes place the year that James Wright's collection Two Citizens (1973) was published, and Wright reads extensively from that volume. Wright ends his reading with a poem that would be published in The Hudson Review that fall, but would otherwise remain uncollected.

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Special guest Logan Phillips performs his poetry for the Southern Arizona Poetry Out Loud Regional Finals Competition.

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Stella Pope Duarte performs The Day I Was Born and There is a Place for You in a powerful reading given as part of a Noche de Cultura held at Tucson's El Casino Ballroom.

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Joy Harjo reads poems from The Woman Who Fell From the Sky (1994), along with the essay "Warrior Road." This reading was originally given with Leslie Marmon Silko.

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

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Leslie Ullman discusses process and reads poems from her collection Natural Histories (1979), including "Bravado," "Fur," "Last Night They Heard the Woman Upstairs," and "Midwife"; she also reads poems that would go on to be collected in Dreams by No One's Daughter (1987).
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University of Arizona alumnus Greg Pape reads poems inspired by nature, travel, music, and memory.
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Leslie Marmon Silko reads from her novel Gardens in the Dunes (1999), as well as from a work in progress, Protect Yourself from Bad Spells While You Get Rich.

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Joy Harjo reads from Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings (2015) and How We Became Human: New and Selected Poems (2002). She also plays flute and soprano saxophone. This reading was given as part of the Climate Change & Poetry Series.

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Johanna Skibsrud reads from The Description of the World (2016) as well as from a manuscript-in-progress titled Medium. This reading was originally given with Cynthia Hogue.

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Natalie Shapero reads poems from Hard Child (2017) along with other uncollected poems.

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