Red, White, and Blue: Poets on Politics

Red, White, and Blue: Poets on Politics

Co-presented with PEN Center USA and Poetry Society of America

Poets Prageeta Sharma, Matthew Zapruder, and Douglas Kearney will discuss the role of politics in their own poems and in the larger literary landscape. Darrel Alejandro Holnes, program director at Poetry Society of America (PSA), will moderate the discussion. This event launches PSA’s nationwide Red, White, and Blue series, which will explore the relationship between poetry and politics during the election year. Please visit poetrysociety.org and penusa.org for more information.

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Location: Billy Wilder Theater
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