Working with Raffi Donatich Y’19 on a draft layout for 2020 @Beinecke Library exhibition, “Questions of Travel: Adventures in American Archives” featuring Raffi’s research about Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes roadtripping in the American South pic.twitter.com/n Ab In2QXu L Charles Simic, Dismantling the Silence, 1971 bit.ly/2CW0Mbt Come hear Simic read on April 11, 4pm @YCAL_JWJ bit.ly/2Ux Giw Q #National Poetry Month @Yale Cr Writing @yalelibrary @Yale Review pic.twitter.com/NXdj Lg Nwve JOIN US for the 2019 Yale Student Poets reading @Beinecke Library on Tuesday, April 23th at 4 p.m.The 2019 poets are: Magdalen Andrews Hoke, Nathan Brown, Margaret Grabar Sage, Rachel Kaufman, Miles Kim, Molly Montgomery, Jared Newman, Oriana Tang beinecke.edu/article/2019-y…
In 2010 she was named the inaugural recipient of the PEN/W.
A recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation, she lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, Pete Wells, and their sons.
The old and rich will live on awhile, As always, Eating blood and gold, Letting kids die.
"Kids Who Die," 1938, Langston Hughes Papers edu/repositories/1…
NEW STUDENT RESEARCH poems in Nathan Brown's @Yale Cr Writing Concentration Senior Project explore photos in @Beinecke Library collections (including this one by Marion Belanger: marionbelanger.com).
READ more about Nathan's project: beinecke.edu/article/nathan… pic.twitter.com/c Vp07u Owx U NEW RESOURCE @Beinecke Library -- The Barbara Guest Papers have been reorganized and fully described and are now OPEN FOR RESEARCH.
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Marina Yoshimura first reached out to us in early July to tell us about her experience reading The Opposite of Loneliness, writing: “The depth of Marina's experiences and the ways in which she described them in her essay humbled and inspired me.
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