Thursday, March 1, 2012

MFA Greensboro Alum Camille T. Dungy Featured on EcoPoesis

Camille T. Dungy
3:30PM//Friday, March 9//Writing Studio

WE LIVE HERE: WRITING AND LIVING OF AND OFF THE NATURAL WORLD

Poet Camille T. Dungy discusses what poets have to say about parks and trees, animals, pet dogs, and bees.


Drawing on her own books, including Smith Blue, and What to Eat, What to Drink, What to Leave for Poison and the anthology she recently published called Black Nature: Four Centuries of African American Poetry,
Camille T. Dungy will discuss some of the things poets from the city,
the suburbs, and the country have to say about parks and trees, wild
animals, pet dogs and bees. In her reading and discussion, Dungy will
touch on some of the myriad ways poets write and live in and about the
natural world.

Read more about the event here: http://www.ecopoesis.org/presenter-4/

Find out more about the MFA Writing Program here:http://mfagreensboro.org


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