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Tuesday, 26 August 2008

Poets Out Loud at Fordham University

Poets Out Loud
at Fordham University


Monday, September 15th, 2008, 7:00 pm

Alicia Ostriker is a major American poet and critic. Twice nominated for a National Book Award, she is author of eleven volumes of poetry, most recently No Heaven (2005). Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Antaeus, The Nation, Poetry, American Poetry Review, Kenyon Review, The Atlantic, Tikkun, and many other journals, and have been widely anthologized. As a critic Ostriker is the author of two path-breaking volumes on women's poetry, Writing Like a Woman and Stealing the Language: The Emergence of Women's Poetry in America. Her most recent critical book is Dancing at the Devil's Party: Essays on Poetry, Politics and the Erotic. Ostriker is Professor Emerita of Rutgers University.


FREE and open to the public

Fordham University, Lincoln Center
140 West 62nd Street (Law School entrance)
McNally Amphitheater


A, B, C, D & 1 trains to Columbus Circle. Exit at 60th Street & Broadway. McNally Amphitheater is in the Fordham Law School at 140 West 62nd Street, just west of Columbus Ave. Upon entering the double glass doors and informing the security desk that you are attending the "Poets Out Loud" event, walk up the stairs and take a quick left. After going through another pair of double doors, take the first right and enter the Atrium through its glass doors. The Amphitheater will be ahead of you to your left.


Poets Out Loud
Fordham University
113 W. 60th Street, Room 924i
New York, NY 10023
(212) 636-6792

Elisabeth Frost, Director


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