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May 11, 2005

May 11, 2005

Beginning in February 2005 , Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

May 04, 2005

Tracy K Smith
May 04, 2005

Lorca names the dark, unpredictable, often dangerous energy that art sometimes channels as Duende: “daemon, hobgoblin, keeper of the mystery, the roots fastened in the mire that we all kno

Tracy K Smith
May 04, 2005

Lorca names the dark, unpredictable, often dangerous energy that art sometimes channels as Duende: “daemon, hobgoblin, keeper of the mystery, the roots fastened in the mire that we all kno

April 28, 2005

Tina Chang
April 28, 2005

This workshop will explore the range of representations of the body in poetry and related topics such as identity, death, power, and eroticism.

Tina Chang
April 28, 2005

This workshop will explore the range of representations of the body in poetry and related topics such as identity, death, power, and eroticism.

May 17, 2005

William Butler Yeats
Reading
May 17, 2005

Looking at Yeats, though the lens of his finished poems, he can seem a historic poet, almost cast in marble.

May 19, 2005

Stanley Kunitz
May 19, 2005

More than a dozen poets and artists gather to celebrate the achievement of Stanley Kunitz as poet, editor, teacher, activist, community leader, collaborator, and friend.

Emily Dickinson
Reading
May 19, 2005

"This talk, 'Identity to Seek: The Selves of Emily,' engages with a number of the poems of Emily Dickinson, in order to think about her as a poet who reveals to us, in her nature as a fragmented or

May 21, 2005

May 21, 2005

A sharing of poems celebrating the marvel that is Spring. We’ll make our own books of poems to be hung from the ever-blossoming, ever-growing branches of our thoughts.

Emily Dickinson
Reading
May 21, 2005

"This talk, 'Identity to Seek: The Selves of Emily,' engages with a number of the poems of Emily Dickinson, in order to think about her as a poet who reveals to us, in her nature as a fragmented or

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