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To Float in the Space Between: A Lecture

To Float in the Space Between: A Lecture

Hayes, Terrance
Title: To Float in the Space Between: A Lecture
Reading Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018

Welcome-27094

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by Tyler Meier

Introduction-27096

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by Matthew Zapruder

Excerpts from "To Float in the Space Between: A Life and Work in Conversation with the Life and Work of Etheridge Knight"-27098

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Hayes, Terrance. To Float in the Space Between: A Life and Work in Conversation with the Life and Work of Etheridge Knight. Seattle: Wave Books, 2018.

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Reading Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018
Series: Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry, Spring Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

Terrance Hayes gives a lecture on his work in relationship to Etheridge Knight's "The Idea of Ancestry." This lecture was originally given with Joshua Beckman and Dorothea Lasky as part of the 2018 Bagley Wright Lecture Series conference "You Are Who I Am Talking To: Poetry, Attention, & Audience."

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