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Movement and Meter: A Poetry Reading to Celebrate Serve the People

Sunday March 23, 2014

Reading at 5pm, reception at 6pm

at Interference Archive

they want me to settle down
when I have not yet lived
-Frances Chung

Join us for a poetry covers reading on the final night of Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York. Poets will pay tribute to their movement peers by reading selected covers of works from that period, paired with contemporary projects to remind us of where the ethos of the movement can be found in today’s Asian American poetry.

This lively reading will be followed by a reception to celebrate Serve the People.

Co-sponsored by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop and the Asian American Studies Program at Hunter College.



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