April Poetry Series: Robert Kelly

April 22, 2014 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
MSMC Library, DOM 218

The Mount Saint Mary College April Poetry Series continues on Tuesday, April 22, 2014, with an appearance and reading by poet Robert Kelly. Please join us; light refreshments will be served. 

Poet Bio

Robert Kelly was born in Brooklyn, studied at CCNY and Columbia, and has lived for many years in the Hudson Valley with his wife, the translator Charlotte Mandell. He teaches in the Written Arts Program at Bard College, and has taught at Yale, Tufts, Dickinson, CalTech, Cal Arts, Wagner, Buffalo and Naropa. He was closely associated with the Deep Image group in New York, later with poets of the Black Mountain lineage, and was an editor of the Chelsea Review, Trobar, and Matter, and advisory editor of Caterpillar and Conjunctions. He is the author of many books of poetry (most recently Lapis, Fire Exit, Uncertainties, The Hexagon), a few novels (The Book from the Sky most recently) and five collections of short fiction (The Logic of the World the latest), and the newly-published collection of plays, Oedipus After Colonus.

This event is sponsored by the Division of Arts and Letters and the MSMC  Library. 

Please contact Professor James F. Cotter for more information at 845-569-3162. 

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