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Poetry at The Dali: Plume Poetry Series

Monday, Apr. 02, 6–7pm
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In collaboration with the Plume Poetry Series and St. Petersburg College, The Dali is hosting a special evening of poetry featuring Patricia Smith, Lenore Marshall Prize winner and author of Blood Dazzler.

Patricia Smith is the author of eight books of poetry, including Incendiary Art; Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah, winner of the Academy of American Poets Lenore Marshall Prize; Blood Dazzler, a National Book Award finalist; and Gotta Go, Gotta Flow, a collaboration with award-winning Chicago photographer Michael Abramson. Her other books include the poetry volumes Teahouse of the Almighty, Close to Death, Big Towns Big Talk, Life According to Motown; the children’s book Janna and the Kings and the history Africans in America, a companion book to the award-winning PBS series.

Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Paris Review, The Baffler, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Tin House and in Best American Poetry and Best American Essays. She co-edited The Golden Shovel Anthology—New Poems Honoring Gwendolyn Brooks and edited the crime fiction anthology Staten Island Noir. Her contribution to that anthology won the Robert L. Fish Award from the Mystery Writers of America for the best debut story of the year and was featured in the anthology Best American Mystery Stories.

Book signing to follow reading.

Location: The Dali Museum, Will Raymund Theater
Cost: Free

For more information: Joseph Leopold, leopold.joseph@spcollege.edu or Daniel Lawless, lawlessdanny@spcollege.edu

 

Special thanks to AARP Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg College

 

 

 

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