Join us for monthly poetry discussions, led by docents from the UA Poetry Center. The event is free, and no preparation or knowledge of poetry is necessary to participate. For anyone who enjoys poetry, the process of memory and nostalgia, or learning more about poets in a conversational setting, this informal gathering includes many opportunities to contribute to the conversation and ask questions. It is also a great way to meet people in the community who have similar interests.
Donald Justice is a prominent, Pulitzer Prize winning poet known for his writing about the workings of memory, his teaching and the versatility of form in his work.
This event will happen in the Rubel Room at the Poetry Center, an indoor/outdoor space. All are welcome!