Poetry Reading by Craig Czury

4 p.m.-5 p.m.
April 13, 2011
Rohrbach Library, Room 100B

Berks County Poet Laureate Craig Czury will celebrate National Poetry Month and National Library Week with a reading in the Voices and Choices Center.

Czury has authored over fifteen books and is famous for his “Poem Fusions,” collaborative multi-voice poetry performances done with those he works with in schools, homeless shelters, prisons, mental hospitals and community centers. Czury’s work has been translated into Russian, Lithuanian, Polish, Spanish, and Portuguese. Poems of his have graced the pages of Ars- Interpres, Clown War, Five Fingers Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, Parnassus, and the Washington Review.

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