Examine the poetic works of Maryland Poet Laureate Lucille Clifton with Dr. Joanne Gabbin, executive director of James Madison University’s Furious Flower Poetry Center. This talk will closely explore Clifton’s poems about the female body.
Sign language interpretation services provided.
In conjunction with Among Poets.
Museum admission required.
Event begins at 2:00PM
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