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Desiring Map–Poems by Megan Kaminski

Poet Megan Kaminski explores the landscapes around us and within us in her first collection of poetry, Desiring Map, a recent addition to our library’s collection. Read on for an interview with the poet.

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Regional Poetry Reading April 15th

You are most likely aware by now that April is National Poetry Month, yes? If you do only one poetry-related thing for this most auspicious of months, may I suggest that it be attending a reading by three up-and-coming young poets from right here in Kansas? April 15th, from 7-8:30

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HUSH: a podcast from your library – Episode 39 – Sylvia Plath

Who was Sylvia Plath? Why is her poetry still read and discussed today? Find out as Thad Hartman and Lissa Staley interview Miranda Ericcson about Sylvia Plath’s life and work in this illuminating and insightful podcast. Have you read Sylvia Plath’s poetry or her novel The Bell Jar? Share your thoughts with us!

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Meet Kansas Poet Matthew Porubsky

Matt Porubsky will join forces with Thomas Fox Averill, of Washburn University, for a night of fertile poetry Thursday, March 15 from 6-7pm in Marvin Auditorium 101C. Porubsky will read exclusively from his newest collection of poems Fire Mobile (the pregnancy sonnets) recently released from Woodley press. The book takes a close look at the […]

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Poetry Reading by Eric McHenry Dec. 3

Eric McHenry Reads from New Book of Poetry Dec. 3

Eric McHenry, local poet and Washburn University professor, shares poems and stories inspired by the witticisms of his two kids on Dec. 3 at 1-2:30 pm in Marvin Auditorium. The poems, along with charming woodcuts depicting scenes from each piece, are published in his latest book titled Mommy, Daddy, Evan and Sage. In it Evan, […]

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