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HSGP Humanities Project Excursion: Tempe Poetry in April

HSGP Humanities Project

Event: Excursion

Tempe Poetry in April

Poet Hugh Martin

Please join us on April 25th at the Tempe Center for the Arts to celebrate National Poetry Month.

*Note: Change of poet!*

Hugh Martinis a veteran of the Iraq war and a graduate of the MFA program at Arizona State. His work has appeared recently in Crazyhorse, Mid-American Review, APR, and The Kenyon Review. His chapbook, So, How Was the War? (Kent State UP, 2010) was published by the Wick Poetry Center and he recently won the 2012 Poulin Book Prize from BOA Editions, Ltd. He will be a Stegner Fellow at Stanford University in the fall of 2012.

Light food and beverage is available in the TCA Lounge.

This is a free event.

More about Tempe Poetry in April:

Catherine Hammond welcomes professional poets and leads stimulating discussions in celebration of National Poetry Month

Wednesdays in April
7-8:30 p.m.

2012 Schedule
April 4 - Josh Rathkamp
April 11 - Jeannine Savard
April 18 - Margaret Holley
April 25 - Hugh Martin

Poet bios:

If you wish, meet up with Jennifer White about 6:45 at the entrance to the event. She is the one with red and pink hair.

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  • Jennifer W.

    I enjoyed this excursion very much! The poet, Hugh Martin, read some prose poetry from his upcoming book, about his experiences in Iraq. The poems were quite engaging. The crowd was overflowing--the program had to be paused while more chairs were brought in. The event was held in the Gallery, where there is a wonderful exhibit of Arizona landscapes.

    April 26, 2012

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