Berssenbrugge, Mei-mei. Empathy. New York: Station Hill Press, 1989.
Claudia Rankine reads from Don't Let Me Be Lonely (2004).
Sherman Alexie reads widely from his work and engages the audience with stories characterized by his signature humor.
Thomas Kinsella reads poems from Downstream (1962), Wormwood (1966), and Nightwalker and Other Poems (1968), as well as poems that would later appear in Collected Poems 1956-1994 (1996) and Selected Poems (2007).
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.
Heriberto Yépez reads poems from Babellebab (2003) as well as new and uncollected work. This event opens with readings by Tenney Nathanson, Lisa Cooper Anderson, and Matt Rotando.
Simon J. Ortiz reads prose and poetry, including an excerpt from an in-progress manuscript of an epic poem and selections from Woven Stone (1992), from Sand Creek (2000), and Out There Somewhere (2002).
James Thomas Stevens reads from a manuscript titled The Golden Book at the 2017 Thinking Its Presence conference.