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  • From Exiled Memories to Cubop City Blues: A Tribute to Pablo Medina

    3/07/13
    1:30 pm - 2:45 pm
    Room 111, Plaza Level - Hynes Convention Center
    900 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02115
    United States of America
    Included in Registration for AWP Conference

    From Exiled Memories to Cubop City Blues:
    A Tribute to Pablo Medina
     

    Room 111, Plaza Level


    PABLO MEDINA, Rigoberto González, Fred Arroyo
    This panel pays tribute to the poet, translator, essayist, and novelist Pablo Medina. The author of nine books, and translator of two, most notably Lorca's Poet in New York, Medina is a gifted teacher and mentor at Emerson College and a recent recipient of a Guggenheim. Medina will give a reading, followed by a conversation with Rigoberto González and Fred Arroyo exploring the writing life Medina has mastered, in particular his movement from a poetics of exile toward a poetics of place.
     

    Sponsored by Graduate Admission with WLP Department

    For more information please contact:
    Shaylin Hogan
    617-824-8228

  • A Tribute to DeWitt Henry

    3/07/13
    4:30 pm - 5:45 pm
    Room 303, Level 3 - Hynes Convention Center
    900 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02115
    United States of America
    Included in Registration for AWP Conference

    Tribute to DeWitt Henry.

    Room 303, Level 3
    DEWITT HENRY, Derek Alger, Sam Cornish, Susan Tepper, Rusty Barnes, Lee Hope,
    A tribute to DeWitt Henry, cofounder and longtime editor of Plougshares, memoir writer, teacher at Emerson College, major literary figure in Boston, and, responsible for publishing the first stories of many accomplished writers throughout the country. The panel will consist of diverse writers who have benefitted from exposure to DeWitt Henry and his writing.

     

    Sponsored by Graduate Admission with WLP Department

    For more information please contact:
    Shaylin Hogan
    617-824-8228