Join us online for a discussion of poems by Ross Gay.
We hope to discuss some of the following poems:
"Two Bikers Embrace on Broad Street"
"For Some Slight I Can’t Quite Recall"
"Prayer for My Unborn Niece or Nephew"
"Within Two Weeks the African American Poet Ross Gay is Mistaken for Both the African American Poet Terrance Hayes and the African American Poet Kyle Dargan, Not One of Whom Looks Anything Like the Others"
"A Poem in which I Try to Express My Glee at the Music My Friend Has Given Me"
"Sorrow Is Not My Name"
"To the Fig Tree on 9th and Christian"
"ode to the puritan in me"
"To My Best Friend’s Big Sister"
"Ode to Sleeping in My Clothes"
"Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude"
"A Small Needful Fact"
Please feel free to come even if you have not read these poems.
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Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 11:00am to 12:30pmVirtual Event