Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Wednesday, January 16
Benaroya Hall Events
Seattle Arts & Lectures / DAVID WAGONER
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall
SEATTLE ARTS & LECTURES
2012-13: POETRY SERIES
October 2 / Dean Young
November 15 / Maggie Nelson & Eileen Myles: Poets on Painters
January 16 / David Wagoner: Northwest Master
February 13 / Nick Flynn: The Intersection of Poetry & Memoir
March 19 / Stanley Plumly on John Keats
April 25 / Nikky Finney
May 15 / Jorie Graham
Seattle Arts & Lectures is sponsored by Seattle Times.
Dean Young is co-presented by Copper Canyon Press.
Maggie Nelson & Eileen Myles are co-presented by Wave Books.
Stanley Plumly is co-presented by Poetry Northwest.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
DEAN YOUNG is the author of 14 books of poetry, including Pulitzer Prize and Griffin Award finalists. His 15th, New and Selected Poems, published by Copper Canyon, kicks off the 12-13 Poetry Series.
Wave Books poets MAGGIE NELSON and EILEEN MYLES will read their poetry and speak about art from SAM's new exhibit, Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Northest Master DAVID WAGONER will share his poetry, including the new volume After the Point of No Return, and stories of his life among literary giants such as Theodore Roethke.
Poet and memoirist NICK FLYNN is the author of three books of poetry and two memoirs. His earlier memoir, Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, is now a film, Being Flynn, starring Robert DeNiro, Paul Dano and Julianne Moore.
John Keats will make a special appearance in the Poetry Series through the ruminations of poet and scholar STANLEY PLUMLY, the author of Posthumous Keats: A Personal Biography, which was named a Los Angeles Times Favorite Book and a Washington Post Best of 2008.
National Book Award-winner NIKKY FINNEY is the author of four books of poetry, editor of The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South, and co-founder of the Affrilachian Poets.
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet JORIE GRAHAM is the author of 12 books of poetry and several edited collections, including her latest volume, PLACE.
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Note: This event is presented by Seattle Arts & Lectures. Benaroya Hall and Seattle Symphony are not presenters of this event. All prices subject to change.
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