Tue, Feb 01 | Zoom

Hilda Raz Poetry Reading & Discussion

Hilda Raz's work is widely recognized, and her influence can be felt—as a director, award judge, and contributor—in this country’s most prestigious poetry journals and contests.
Hilda Raz Poetry Reading & Discussion

Time & Location

Feb 01, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CST
Zoom

About the Event

Hilda Raz's work is widely recognized, and her influence can be felt—as a director, award judge, and contributor—in this country’s most prestigious poetry journals and contests. Her many poetry collections include "What Happens", "All Odd and Splendid, "Trans", "Divine Honors,” and last year, “List and Story,” followed by her Collected and New Poems called “Letter from a Place I’ve Never Been,” edited by Kwame Dawes, in 2021.

At the same time, the University of Nebraska Press republished all of her previous poetry collections.  She was the first Glenna Luschei Professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies and editor of PRAIRIE SCHOONER and the founding editor of the Raz/Shumaker PS Poetry Prizes in Poetry and Short Fiction.

Now retired, she is the editor of the Mary Burritt Poetry Series for the University of New Mexico Press and poetry editor for Bosque Press.

After you RSVP, you will receive an email with the zoom link information on it.

FREE and Open to the Public

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