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March 30, 2006

Patrick Rosal
March 30, 2006

In her essay, "Uses of the Erotic," Audre Lorde clarifies the definition of the erotic, describing its rich and natural relationship to poetry.

May 06, 2006

Anna Akhmatova
May 06, 2006

Anna Akhmatova, sometimes called 'the poet who buried Stalin' was a writer who pursued her work under extreme conditions of state oppression.

Ann Lauterbach
Master Class
May 06, 2006

Subject + Form = Content: An Active Imagination

May 06, 2006

Traditional Puerto Rican verse form with music

Ann Lauterbach
Master Class
May 06, 2006

Subject + Form = Content: An Active Imagination

April 22, 2006

Sandra Alcosser
April 22, 2006

Follow in the words of Federico García Lorca and Marianne Moore into the presence of

May 07, 2006

Marianne Moore
May 07, 2006

A prim and proper representative of the avant-garde.

May 08, 2006

Anna Akhmatova
May 08, 2006

Anna Akhmatova, sometimes called 'the poet who buried Stalin' was a writer who pursued her work under extreme conditions of state oppression.

May 09, 2006

Jill Magi
May 09, 2006

Instead of creating stable, easily decoded pages, we'll create a series of -graphic poems,-layered surfaces of documents, historical records, maps, hand-written notes, pages from old books, our own

April 26, 2006

Helen Decker
April 26, 2006

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