Folger Poetry: Black Male Poetics with Terrance Hayes and Frank X Walker
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The last date listed for Folger Poetry: Black Male Poetics was Monday February 12, 2007 / 7:30pm.
Katherine Zadrevac Memorial Reading
Acclaimed poets Terrance Hayes and Frank X Walker add to black male poetics with prize-winning verse. With Hayes’ Pushcart Prize and Kate Tufts Discovery Award and Walker’s Lannan Literary Fellowship, these two poets have established themselves as part of the future of American poetry.
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