April 2018 Monthly Archive

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National Poetry Month: Aby Kaupang

Today we wrap up highlighting our “local” poets (faculty and alumni). We sent a short set of questions to each, and are posting their responses. Here’s what Aby Kaupang had to say. Why does poetry matter? I have never been […]

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National Poetry Month: Joanna Doxey

Today we wrap up highlighting our “local” poets (faculty and alumni). We sent a short set of questions to each, and are posting their responses. Here’s what Joanna Doxey had to say. Why does poetry matter? I’m not sure it […]

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National Poetry Month: Sasha Steensen

As we continue highlighting our “local” poets (faculty and alumni), today we feature Associate Professor Sasha Steensen, and in particular her latest book of poetry, Gatherest. Sasha Steensen is the author of four books of poems: House of Deer, The Method, and A Magic […]

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National Poetry Month: Camille Dungy

As we mentioned yesterday, we are spending this week highlighting our “local” poets (faculty and alumni). We sent a short set of questions to each, and will be posting their responses. Today we are sharing what Camille Dungy had to say. […]

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