memories

Reading

Li-Young Lee reads primarily from his second collection, The City in Which I Love You, which was published the same year as this reading. He also reads one poem from his first collection, Rose (1986).

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Ellen Bryant Voigt reads what she describes as future work: poems from a manuscript that would be published two years after her reading as The Lotus Flowers.
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A.K. Ramanujan reads poems from The Striders (1966) and Relations (1971).

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Diane Wakoski reads widely from her body of work.

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In this reading, Rigoberto González performs poetry and nonfiction; the reading concludes with a question and answer section with Maria Melendez.

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Donald Hall reads primarily from Kicking the Leaves (1978). He also shares several works in progress as well as some older poems.

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L.R. Benes, author of Rune Weave (2011), reads from his uncollected body of work, dating from 1972 to 2011.

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In this matinee performance at Tucson High School, Eduardo C. Corral reads from Slow Lightning (2012), provides commentary, and participates in a question and answer session with Natalie Diaz.

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Marilynne Robinson reads from her novel Housekeeping (1981).
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Lynn Luria-Sukenick reads two works of fiction ("The Man With The Blues Guitar" and "Still Life With Bath"), along with a short performance piece called "Bomb." "Bomb" is a collaboration with poet and musician Rob Brezsny, whose part is performed here by Jonathan Penner.

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