Monday, 7 May 2012

American poet Marianne Boruch reads at Dundee University on May 16th

Marianne Boruch, the noted American Poet and visiting Fulbright Professor to Edinburgh University is visiting Dundee University on 16 May 2012. She and Will Dunlap, an American author and librettist (who happens to be her son) have kindly agreed to give readings of their work in Dundee University's Dalhousie Building, Room 2G14. Please arrive at 5pm for a 5.15pm start. The event is free and will last about an hour.

Marianne’s current work Cadaver, Speak addresses the subject of dissection. Will is currently finishing a novel concerning August McLeod, a young mid-19th century doctor living in a small Indiana town on what was then the frontier. This event may be of interest to health professionals as well as lovers of poetry and writing.

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