ekphrastic

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Chang, Victoria. "Untitled #9, 1995." Poetry, vol. 221, no. 1, October 2022, p. 11.

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Chang, Victoria. "Friendship, 1963." American Poetry Review, vol. 51, no. 5, September/October 2022, p. 4.

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Herrera, Juan Felipe. "Mahler—Son Borne of the Street Song." Poetry magazine, vol. 222, no. 1, April 2023, p. 36.

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Donnelly, Timothy. Chariot. Seattle: Wave Books, 2023.

Reading

Tenney Nathanson reads poems that would later appear in his collection Erased Art Erased Art(2005).

Reading

As part of the Next Word series, Philip Jenks reads from his first two books and from the chapbook How Many of You Are You? (2006). He opens and closes the reading with two poems that would go on to be collected in colony collapse metaphor (2014). This performance was originally given with Akilah Oliver and Brandon Shimoda.

Reading

Peggy Shumaker reads poems from Cairn: New and Selected Poems and Prose (2018) as well as one uncollected poem. This reading was originally given with Maurya Simon as the inaugural reading in the Tom Sanders Memorial Reading Series.

Reading

Nicole Sealey reads from her first full-length collection, Ordinary Beast (2017), sharing poems that approach the embodied experience of mortality and the violence-haunted reality of being a Black woman in contemporary America. Her selections include an ekphrastic poem and a true cento, composed of one hundred lines collected from other poets.

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