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University of Arizona Poetry Center- April 2015 Events

April events at the University of Arizona Poetry Center
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April at the Poetry Center

All events take place at the Poetry Center and are free and open to the public, unless otherwise indicated.

READING BY NATALIE DIAZ
April 2, 7:00 pm

Poet and writer Natalie Diaz reads as part of the Poetics and Politics of Water series. Natalie Diaz’s first book, When My Brother Was an Aztec, was published by Copper Canyon Press. She has received many awards including a Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Literature Fellowship, a Lannan Literary Fellowship and Residency, a Holmes National Poetry Prize, and most recently, a Hodder Fellowship from Princeton University.

POETRY IN THE GARDENS
April 4, 10:00 am

Poetry Center docents lead a poetry discussion at Tucson Botanical Gardens, located at 2150 North Alvernon Way. This month we’re reading and discussing poems related to travel. Come on the road with us! Free with admission to the Gardens.

Poetry Center at AWP
April 9 – 11

We’re heading to Minneapolis to participate in the 2015 AWP conference. Come find us in the Book Fair at table #1618, where we’ll be giving out poetry postcards and sharing a visual display of poets who have read at the Poetry Center since our founding in 1960. Executive Director Tyler Meier participates in the Digital Strategy as Mission Statement: Three Models panel, and Marketing Director Annie Guthrie participates in the Literary Production and the Gift Economy panel.

AS TRUE AS RAIN TO WATER: ROUNDTABLE
April 15, 7:00 pm

As True As Rain to the Sea is a conversation on the poetics and politics of water, and is the final event in the series of the same name, sponsored by American Indian Studies and the Department of English. Held in honor of Vine Deloria, Jr., the roundtable discussion will feature James Anaya, Jim Enote, and Charles Wilkinson, and will be moderated by Robert Hershey.

READING BY CLAUDIA RANKINE
April 16, 8:00 pm at Hotel Congress, 311 E. Congress
Claudia Rankine reads as part of this year’s fantastic Tucson Festival of Books schedule. Claudia’s visit is sponsored by the Tucson Festival of Books and POG and is co-sponsored by the Poetry Center. This event is free and open to the public.

PERSONA Issue Release Reading
April 16, 7:00 pm

Established in 1978, Persona is the University of Arizona’s undergraduate literary journal.Contributors read from their work at this celebration of the new issue.

SILENT ANATOMIES with Monica Ong
April 18, 2:00 pm

Silent Anatomies: Cultural Silences and the Body is an event that begins with a multidisciplinary reading and talk by Monica Ong on cultural silences of the body. This will be followed by a panel presentation to be held in conversation with the Open Embodiments: Bringing Somatechnics to Tucson conference.

POETIC VOICES at Oro Valley Public Library
April 23, 2:00 pm

This month’s free poetry discussion group at Oro Valley Public Library is titled The Interior Voice: Emily Dickinson. You’re invited to come and share your knowledge or just listen and learn. No prior knowledge of Dickinson’s poetry is needed. Poetry Center docents will provide reading materials and moderate the discussion.

CORRIDO CONCERT FAREWELL
April 25, 10:00 am

For the past fifteen years, the Poetry Center has hosted an annual corrido contest for Arizona high-school students. This year we bring the contest to a conclusion, although we will continue to support the teaching of the corrido through online resources. In this final awards event for the contest, musical renditions of winning corridos will be performed in a showcase of youth talent, local musicians, and border culture. A reception follows.

SHOP TALK: The Work of Emily Dickinson as Seen by Jen Bervin
April 28, 6:00 pm

Poet and UA Creative Writing MFA candidate Brianna Sheaffer leads a Shop Talk discussion on the poetry of Emily Dickinson and its interpretation by poet and visual artist Jen Bervin, who reads for the Poetry Center in Tucson on April 30 and at the Phoenix Art Museum on May 1. Free and open to the public.

ARTIST’S TALK BY JEN BERVIN
At the Poetry Center on April 30, 7:00 pm
At the Phoenix Art Museum on  May 1, 7:00 pm

Jen Bervin works in hybrid forms that blend language, writing, and the visual arts. Her works are held in more than thirty collections including the Walker Art Center and the J. Paul Getty Museum. Her recent book, Emily Dickinson: The Gorgeous Nothings, was selected as a Best Book of the Year by Times Literary Supplement, Hyperallergic, and the New Yorker. She talks about her practice at the Poetry Center on April 30 and at the Phoenix Art Museum on May 1.

SHAME EVERY ROSE: Images from Afghanistan
On exhibit through May 22

Shame Every Rose: Images from Afghanistan is an exhibit illuminating the landay, a clandestine oral folk poetry practiced by the Pashtun women who live near the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The exhibit features photographs by Seamus Murphy illustrating life in Afghanistan and landays by Pashtun women. Presented in collaboration with the Poetry Foundation.

ANNOUNCING WINNERS
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual spring University of Arizona student poetry and broadside contests! Congratulations to the winning poets Nick Greer, Sally McCallum, Matthew Schmidt, Brianna Sheaffer, and Liam Swanson. And congratulations to the winning broadside artists Katherine Killian, Travis Boswell, Jiasi He, Jared Pinon, and Andrew Shuta. There will be a reception and exhibit of the broadsides resulting from these contests on May 7 in the library, directly after the second of our two Creative Writing MFA graduate student readings.

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February at the Poetry Center is chock-full of events, special exhibits, special guests, collaborations, and more!

February at the Poetry Center
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February at the Poetry Center is chock-full of events, special exhibits, special guests, collaborations, and more!
2015 Summer Residency Winner Announced

We’re pleased to announce the winner of our 2015 Summer Residency Program: poet, author, and performer Hieu Minh Nguyen. He is the author of This Way to the Sugar (Write Bloody Press, 2014), and is a Kundiman fellow, a recipient of the VERVE grant from Intermedia Arts, and a recipient of the Minnesota Emerging Writers’ Grant from The Loft Literary Center. His work has also appeared or is forthcoming in publications such as The Journal, PANK, Anti-, Muzzle, decomP, Indiana Review, and other journals. Selected by our 2015 residency judge Eduardo C. Corral, Nguyen will spend two weeks at the Poetry Center this summer, and will read from his work on July 23, 2014. Congratulations, Hieu!
A Closer Look Book Club: Two Hybrid Works This month our Closer Look Book Club meets on February 10 to discuss Plainwater: Essays and Poetry by Anne Carson (rescheduled from last month) and on February 24 to discuss Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine, a 2014 National Book Award finalist. Both books are complex, rewarding, and landmark works of literature. Learn more about Plainwater in this Q&A with Poetry Center staffer Hannah Ensor.
The Poetics and Politics of Water: American Indian PoetryOver the coming months, American Indian poets Sherwin Bitsui, Simon J. Ortiz, Ofelia Zepeda, and Natalie Diaz read at the Poetry Center as part of the Poetics and Politics of Water series. In this video, series creators Ofelia Zepeda and Larry Evers talk about the emergence of Native American literature that gave birth to the series in the early nineties. Sherwin Bitsui kicks it off with a poetry reading on February 12 (he also teaches a weekend workshop on February 14) and Simon J. Ortiz reads on February 26.
Poetry Center at Your Place: Out and AboutThis month we offer two poetry-related events hosted by Poetry Center docents in and around Tucson. On Valentine’s Day, join us at Tucson Botanical Gardens for a conversation on birds as they represent symbols of love and friendship in poetry. On February 25, we meet at Oro Valley Public Library for a discussion titled “Conversations with Nature: Mary Oliver.”
Poetry Out Loud Semi-Finals: Poetry Recitation by TeensOn February 14, watch and listen to great poetry performed by high-school students from throughout Southern Arizona as they compete for the chance to proceed to state and national finals. Created by the NEA and the Poetry Foundation, the National Poetry Out Loud competition encourages youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. Between rounds, DJ Dirtyverbs mixes music and special guest Sarah Kortemeier performs her poems.
Poet Fady Joudah in Southern Arizona The Poetry Center brings poet and translator Fady Joudah to Tucson and Phoenix this spring. Dig in a little deeper on February 17 in a Shop Talk discussion about his work, and then meet us at the Phoenix Art Museum on February 18 or at the Poetry Center on February 19 for his poetry readings. Joudah’s Tucson appearance is the Poetry Center’s 2015 Hannelore Quander-Rattee Works-in-Translation Reading. You can learn more about Joudah by readingthis interview with him and this review of his latest book. The Poetry Center is grateful to our co-sponsors: the Phoenix Art Museum, UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The Program for Narrative Medicine & Medical Humanities, Department of Bioethics and Medical Humanism, and The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix.

UA Student Poetry Contest: Submit!February 19 is the deadline for our spring 2015 University of Arizona student poetry contests. We’re excited to announce that our contest judge this spring is Wendy S. Walters, a poet, essayist, editor, and Associate Professor of creative writing and literature at Eugene Lang College of The New School University in the city of New York. Learn more about the contests and submit here!
Poet Ariana Reines Comes to TucsonPoet Ariana Reines comes to Tucson this month! On Saturday, February 21, she and Joshua Marie Wilkinson read for POG at the Conrad Wilde Gallery in an event co-sponsored by the Poetry Center. On Monday, February 23, Reines delivers a presentation-workshop at the Poetry Center titledAncient Evenings.
Shame Every Rose: Images from AfghanistanCourtesy of the Poetry Foundation, the Poetry Center presents Shame Every Rose,an exhibit of photographs by Seamus Murphy that illustrate the landay, a clandestine oral folk poetry practiced by the Pashtun women who live on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. This exhibit will be on display at the Poetry Center from February 23 through May 22. On March 5, we present a talk and screeningrelated to the exhibit. (Our current exhibit, Selections from the Permanent Collection: Binding Styles, is still on display through February 18.)
Family Day: Creative Writing Activities for Kids Ages 0 to 13What is Family Day at the Poetry Center? First of all, you can expect free breakfast, including caffeinated beverages for parents and guardians in need of a boost. Then we offer hour-long creative writing workshops for kids led by teaching artists trained in innovative creative writing techniques. Four different workshop sessions are held simultaneously to accommodate a range of ages. After the workshop sessions we offer a concert, and all participants are welcome to play in and around the library, where they might find typewriters, magnetic poetry, and other fun games available for discovery. Family Days is a literacy-rich experience for your kids, grandkids, and kid friends. Join us onSaturday, February 28 for the next Family Day! Thanks to Pima Federal Credit Union and Bruce Larkin for sponsoring Family Days.
Discover New Sides of the Poetry Center on Social Media!Did you know that the Poetry Center is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? All three are great ways to get more information about the Poetry Center and the poetry world. What’s happening at the Poetry Center today? What was Philip Larkin’s favorite tool for writing his poems? Which poets have been spotted recently in the library? What wonderful rare book do the librarians have out on their desk today? Which dog most resembles Charles Bukowsi? And how large IS the Poetry Center’s rubber-band ball? To find the answers to these burning questions and more, just follow us online!

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University of Arizona Poetry Center- Creative Writing Courses

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Creative Writing at the Poetry Center

The Poetry Center offers noncredit courses in creative writing and literature studies on a year-round basis. This spring we’re offering seven writing workshops in poetry and prose. Full details are at our website, and you can register online here! To be placed on a wait list for a sold-out course, email Cybele Knowles at knowles@email.arizona.edu.

The Poem Sequence with Tucson Poet Laureate Rebecca Seiferle

A poem sequence is a long poem that combines shorter pieces by relying on association, juxtaposition, and connection rather than theme or narrative to create an organic poetic whole. In this workshop, we’ll study the lyrical structure of poem sequences and create or revise a poem sequence of our own.

Animals in Poems: Reading and Writing Poems of Creatures Real and Imagined with Simmons Buntin

Is the animal poem about the animal or its creator? The wildness inside or the wilderness outside? We’ll explore these questions as we travel the literary habitats of animals, write poems of our own about animals and other creatures, and take a field trip to the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Aligning Structure in Ecopoetics with Sherwin Bitsui

Through reading, discussion, and writing, we’ll consider how an attentive experience of place and space affects our sense of that place, and explore how that sense can be recreated in poetry.

Where I’m From: Mapping the Geography and Topography of Our Homelands with Lisa O’Neill

SOLD OUT. In this nonfiction workshop, we’ll become cartographers of our homelands: the varied places that have shaped and continue to shape us. We’ll read and discuss selections from nonfiction writers whose work centers on place, and do place-based writing of our own.

Reclaiming Women’s Writing with Annie Finch

Sign up to explore the deep roots and juicy traditions of women’s literature as a way to enrich your poetry and prose, as we discuss some of the most important themes and techniques of women’s writing down the millennia.

Rhythms of the Spirit with Annie Finch

Go deep within the experience of poetic rhythm. Drumming, dancing, movement, and sharing of poems will reawaken the profound fun of rhythmic language and help you to discover your own rhythmic voice.

Parent/Child Writing Summit with Mason Gates

In this special Mother’s Day edition of the Parent/Child Summit, parents/guardians and their children have the unique opportunity to connect and inspire one another by writing poetry together.

Watch this video of poet and Poetry Center creative writing instructor Simmons Buntin talking about what you can expect in his “Animals in Poems” writing workshop.

Scholarships for Poetry Center Courses

Did you know the Poetry Center offers need-based scholarships to help you pay for our courses? Three $75 awards are offered every spring, summer, and fall through the Mary Ann Campau/ Will Inman Scholarship program. Application is easy! The deadline to apply for a scholarship for spring courses is January 21. Go here for more information and to apply.

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University of Arizona Poetry Center- Coming Up Readings, exhibits, writing workshops, kids’ activities, and more!

University of Arizona Poetry Center- Coming Up Readings, exhibits, writing workshops, kids’ activities, and more!
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Coming Up at the Poetry Center

Happy New Year! We’re pleased to announce an exciting spring season of events at the Poetry Center. Below is a sampling of what we’ve lined up for you, and you can learn more about the whole season by visiting our calendar of events.

READINGS: Ander Monson and Kate Bernheimer, Sherwin Bitsui, Fady Joudah, Simon J. Ortiz, Ofelia Zepeda, Natalie Diaz, and more. Our first reading of the season is tomorrow’sJanuary 8th Memorial Reading.

TALKS and PANELS: Next week: a panel with editors and contributors of the brand-new anthology, The Force of What’s Possible: Writers on Accessibility & the Avant-Garde. Later this month: a panel titled Survival Skills for Writers with publishers from Copper Canyon and Graywolf Press. And in April, an artist’s talk by poet-in-residence and visual artist Jen Bervin.

CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS: The Poem Sequence taught by Tucson Poet Laureate Rebecca Seiferle, Animals in Poems with Simmons Buntin, Where I’m From with Lisa O’Neill, Reclaiming Women’s Writing with Annie Finch, and more. Learn about our Classes & Workshops program in this video with instructor Simmons Buntin; register for workshops here!

POETRY CENTER IN PHOENIX: We’re returning to the Phoenix Art Museum this spring to present poetry-related events featuring Fady Joudah and Jen Bervin.

FAMILY DAYS: Creative writing activities for kids ages 0 through 13 and their parents and guardians.

EXHIBITS: Shame Every Rose, an exhibit of photographs by Seamus Murphy that illustrate the landay, a clandestine oral folk poetry. Presented in collaboration with the Poetry Foundation. Between Word and Image, an exhibit of visual art by PaperWorks, The Sonoran Collective for Paper and Book Artists. And on display now, a library exhibit of bookbinding styles.

DISCUSSIONS: On the work of Fady Joudah, Emily Dickinson, Claudia Rankine, Anne Carson, and more. Learn more about our Closer Look Book Club in this Q&A with Poetry Center Events Coordinator Hannah Ensor, who will be leading the Book Club discussion of Plainwater by Anne Carson on January 20.

All details about these and other spring programs and events are available at our website, poetry.arizona.edu. Here’s a quick link to our calendar. Hope to see you at a Poetry Center event soon!

“[Plainwater by Anne Carson] is a mind-blower, a game-changer, all those other phrases one can use about a really good book, especially the ones that don’t concern themselves with what other books have done already.”

—Hannah Ensor, Poetry Center Events Coordinator and leader of our Book Club discussion of Plainwater on January 20.

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The University of Arizona Poetry Center November at the Poetry Center- Presents Poet Thomas Sayers Ellis & A Coffee Cantata/Kaffeekantate & Workshops & More

The University of Arizona Poetry Center November at the Poetry Center- Presents Poet Thomas Sayers Ellis & A Coffee Cantata/Kaffeekantate & Workshops & More

“Before I was born / I absorbed struggle.”

We are pleased to present two events with poet Thomas Sayers Ellis this month. On Thursday, November 6, at 7:00 pm at the Poetry Center, Ellis gives a poetry craft talk titled “The Assassination of Poetry, or How I Discovered I Was Writing Cover-Story Poetics.” Then, on Friday, November 7, at 7:00 pm at the Phoenix Art Museum, Ellis reads from his work. Q&A and book signing to follow both events.

“We are drawn to edges, to our own / parapets and sea-walls.”

Scottish poet Robin Robertson’s chiseled work contains echoes of Celtic landscapes, myths, and chants. The Poetry Archive calls him “a poet of austere and meticulous diction, tempered by a sensuous music.” He has won numerous awards for his poetry and is also a translator. This month, we offer two encounters with Robertson and his work. On Monday, November 10, at 6:00 pm, join us for a Shop Talk discussion of Robertson’s poetry. On Thursday, November 13, at 7:00 pm, Robertson reads at the Poetry Center, followed by a Q&A and book signing. Both events are free and open to the public.

Also This Month

Friday, November 7: The Poetry Center and the College of Humanities celebrate 100 years of Homecoming and our German Studies Department with a Coffee Cantata/Kaffeekantate. Enjoy Starbucks coffee, strudel, and conversation with musical pieces from Bach’s “Coffee Cantata.”

Saturday, November 6: We’re offering a Poetry Out Loud professional development workshop for Phoenix educators working with grades 6 through 12. The workshop connects poetry performance to ELA standards, providing a platform for the entire school year. Register now!

Thursday, November 20: Two events take place at the Poetry Center. The Closer Look Book Club meets to discuss The Forever War by Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Dexter Filkins. Later that evening, we co-present a reading and reception celebrating issue 66 of Sonora Review, the literary journal of the University of Arizona Creative Writing Program. This event will also feature readings by the winners of the Poetry Center’s fall Hattie Lockett awards.

Saturday, November 22: For kids ages 0 to 13 and their families, we’re holding Family Day with writing workshops for kids, followed by a breakfast concert featuring Birks Works.

Apply! Summer Residency 2015

Since 1994, the Poetry Center’s Summer Residency Program has offered writers an opportunity to develop their work. Poets can apply for a chance to spend two weeks in Tucson, Arizona, in our guest apartment and also receive a stipend of $500. The application fee is now only $15; the deadline is December 15. Read more here.
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The University of Arizona Poetry Center Oct 20, 2014- Presents Reading Lecture by Thomas Sayers Ellis & Residency Program

The University of Arizona Poetry Center Oct 20, 2014- Presents Reading Lecture by Thomas Sayers Ellis & Residency Program

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The Poetry Center is proud to feature Thomas Sayers Ellis as our first Reading and Lecture Series Resident Poet. The Reading and Lecture Series Residency, distinct from our summer residency, is a new feature of our programming. The residency focuses on involving a poet in communal engagement while supplying the poet with individual support. Over an extended stay, Resident Poets foster community connections through classroom visitations, workshops, and talks or readings. Thomas Sayers Ellis will host a number of events from the end of October through November. Notably, Ellis will give a lecture and craft talk at the Poetry Center, as well as a reading at the Phoenix Art Museum.

THOMAS SAYERS ELLIS co-founded The Dark Room Collective (in Cambridge, Massachusetts); and received his M.F.A. from Brown University. He is the author of Skin, Inc.: Identity Repair Poems (2010) and The Maverick Room (2005), which won the John C. Zacharis First Book Award, and a recipient of a Mrs. Giles Whiting Writers’ Award. His poems and photographs have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Callaloo, Best American Poetry (1997, 2001 and 2010), Grand Street, The Baffler, Jubilat, Tin House, Poetry, and The Nation. He lives in Brooklyn, NY, and is currently working on The Go-Go Book: People in the Pocket in Washington, D.C.

We, the People, Percussively Agree: Where the Pocket Beats and Breaks Between Go-Go and Hip Hop – lecture @ the Poetry Center

This lecture will chart the early history of the exchange between Go-Go and Hip Hop, focusing on collaborations between the two genres of Black noise such as Experience Unlimited’s recordings with Kurtis Blow. It will also define and examine the role of the Grover Washington, Jr., influence pocket (Mister Magic), theThomas Sayers Ellis, and Go-Go’s function as a resistance tool in the struggle for equality, home rule, and statehood in our nation’s Capitol. We, the People, Percussively Agree is co-sponsored by the University of Arizona Africana Studies Program.

When: Thursday, October 30th at 7pm

Where: Poetry Center, 1508 E. Helen St., Tucson.

The Assassination of Poetry, or How I Discovered I Was Writing Cover-Story Poetics – craft talk @ the Poetry Center

“In 1990, I published a poem in Ploughshares titled ‘Zapruder’ about the assassination of JFK. Looking back at the poem nearly twenty years later, I realized that I had allowed some very disturbing and widely accepted untruths to govern my imagination and my prosody, making the poem itself mere musing and something of an uncritical accessory to the official story of the assassination. This poetry craft talk will examine the role of both knowing and truth in creative writing as well as explore some very interesting likenesses between the poetic line and the prose sentence as tools of evidence, witnessing, and poem-body alteration in the battle for accurate literacy. We will also attempt to define Cover-Story poetics and to identify the notion of nuance ideas as Zapruder films that are made to control our own lives and work.”

When: Thursday, November 6th at 7pm

Where: Poetry Center, 1508 E Helen St., Tucson.

Thomas Sayers Ellis Poetry Reading @ the Phoenix Art Museum

Thomas Sayers Ellis reads from his work, followed by a short Q&A session and a book signing.

When: Friday, November 7th at 7pm

Where: Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 North Central Ave., Phoenix.
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Thomas Sayers Ellis Reads for POG

POG presents a poetry reading by Thomas Sayers Ellis and Logan Phillips.

When: Monday, October 27th at 7pm

Where: Conrad Wilde Gallery, 101 W. 6th St., Tucson

Finding the Fragment in the Complete Thought that Makes Lyric Meaning and Movement

In this workshop participants will practice, via in-class exercises, the art of making poetry all the time.

Both classes offered are currently SOLD OUT. To be placed on the waiting list, email Cybele Knowles at knowles@email.arizona.edu.

When: Saturday, November 1st; Saturday, November 8th

Where: Poetry Center, 1508 E Helen St., Tucson
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