dd January 25, 2015






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Andy Young's book, All Night It Is Morning, shows a graffiti mural by Alaa Awad

Poetry Reading by Andy Young

Monday, Jan. 26, 7:30 p.m.  

Poet Andy Young will read from her new book, All Night It Is Morning, which describes the intersection of political and personal life in Egypt, Appalachia and her adopted home, New Orleans. The cover of her debut poetry collection shows a graffiti mural (above) by Alaa Awad, now destroyed, that led the way to Tahrir Square; it is a work both ancient and modern, urban and agrarian, beautiful and horrible. This captures the spirit of the book, steeped in mourning and hope and a belief in the voice of the people. Young teaches in the Creative Writing Program at New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts. This event, hosted by the English Department, is free and open to the public

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