intimacy

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Gander, Forrest. Twice Alive. New York: New Directions, 2021.

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greathouse, torrin a. "Aubade Beginning in Handcuffs." Poetry, vol. 215, no. 1, October 2019, p. 8.

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Yanyi. "The Kiss." Memorious, issue 28, November 2017. Web. Accessed 19 October 2023.

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Yanyi. The Year of Blue Water. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019.

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Yanyi. The Year of Blue Water. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019.

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Yanyi. Dream of the Divided Field. New York: One World, 2022.

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Yanyi. Dream of the Divided Field. New York: One World, 2022.

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Yanyi. Dream of the Divided Field. New York: One World, 2022.

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Yanyi. Dream of the Divided Field. New York: One World, 2022.

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Yanyi. Dream of the Divided Field. New York: One World, 2022.

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Uncollected.

Reading

Steve Orlen reads poems that would go on to appear in his collection The Elephant's Child: New & Selected Poems, 1978-2005 (2006), as well as earlier and unpublished poems.

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Jack Gilbert reads primarily from The Great Fires: Poems 1982-1992 (1995) and Refusing Heaven (2005).

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Steve Orlen reads from his collection Bridge of Sighs (1992), composed of four sections: poems of childhood, poems of love and marriage, poems of relationship, and poems of grace.
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Natalie Shapero reads poems from Hard Child (2017) along with other uncollected poems.

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Forrest Gander reads from his translation of Mexican poet Coral Bracho's It Must Be a Misunderstanding (2022), as well as from his own collection Twice Alive (2021). The reading begins with three poems by Gander's late wife, C.D. Wright, read by two other poets and Gander himself. Gander closes with his translation of a poem by Pablo Neruda published in Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems (2016).

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Yanyi reads from his two published collections, The Year of Blue Water (2019) and Dream of the Divided Field (2022), opening with two early, uncollected poems and closing with one recent draft. Intimacy emerges as a thematic center—in friendships, romantic relationships, and with the self.

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