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Friendship, Porousness, and the Intimate Experience of Poetry: A Lecture

Friendship, Porousness, and the Intimate Experience of Poetry: A Lecture

Beckman, Joshua
Title: Friendship, Porousness, and the Intimate Experience of Poetry: A Lecture
Reading Date: Thursday, February 22, 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

Joshua Beckman presents a lecture on poems as "an exposure of unknowing" and reading aloud as a way of immersing the body and mind in a poem. This lecture was originally given with Terrance Hayes 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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