Monday, April 26, 2010

Wendy Barker reads! (Thursday 4/29)

Wendy Barker's novel in prose poems, Nothing Between Us: The Berkeley Years, follows "the bittersweet, erotically compelling love affair between a young white married high school teacher and one of her African-American colleagues." (Sandra Gilbert)

Get ready for "miniskirts and macrame, Betty Friedan and VW's, hot tubs and 'The Whole Earth Catalogue'... the politics of race and the complexities of infidelity infuse this book of secrets, taboo, community, and the women's movement." (Denise Duhamel)

And finally, from Alicia Ostriker: "This is flash fiction with a twist...when you're done, you want to lick the bowl."

Come lick the bowl with us.

Thursday, April 29
Helen C. White Hall, Rm 6191

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