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Twenty-First Century Voices: Graduate Student Poetry Reading

An image of a person using a manual typerwriter
Join the ASU MFA in Creative Writing program to experience a live poetry reading that engages the current issues of our time.

There is an art that lives in the humanities: creative writing — and often our work is informed by research or documentary strategies, or it engages other humanities topics, such as social justice, queer studies, women’s studies, ethnic studies, religious studies, history, languages, etc. — but with a more intimate lens.

Creative writers think and work across many disciplines — collaboratively and also independently.

Come and hear the work of writers from ASU’s MFA program, and get an original piece on the spot, made for you on a real (albeit 20th-century) typewriter!

This event is offered in conjunction with the Institute for Humanities Research as part of a university-wide celebration of Humanities Week hosted by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU.

Sally Ball
Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
North Stage
Memorial Union (MU) 301 E. Orange St.
Tempe campus
All are welcome.