The 2012 recipient of the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, Shelley Puhak, reads from her work alongside prize judge Charles Simic. The Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, created in honor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, is awarded annually for a poetry collection by a poet who has published no more than one book. A reception and book signing follow the reading. Tickets are $15.
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: O.B. Hardison Poetry Series
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