Poet Leslie C. Chang reading from her work on Tuesday, March 23, at Fordham University as part of the Poets Out Loud series.
This year the Poets Out Loud series concludes with a special reading by Edward Hirsch and high school poets, on Wednesday, April 14, at 7 p.m. in the 12th-Floor Lounge, Lowenstein Center, at the Lincoln Center campus. Hirsh is a distinguished poet and director of the Guggenheim Foundation (his latest book, The Living Fire was very favorably reviewed in The New York Times Sunday Book Review on March 28). He will be reading with student poets chosen by the Cristo Rey and LaGuardia schools, and by the GirlsWriteNow program, which pairs at-risk young women and mentors.
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