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Rosko’s work is formally innovative and thematically relevant to life in 2019 America. Her newest poetry collection, Weather Inventions, captures an enduring sense of wonder in the face of nature alongside the scientific impulse to observe and measure.
Rosko will join us from Charleston, where she is Associate Professor and M.F.A. Director at the College of Charleston. This CLP will showcase the living tradition of American poetry as it happens at Furman and in South Carolina.
This CLP celebrating National Poetry Month will be held on April 2 in Furman Hall 214 from 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Co-sponsored by the English Department and The Friends of the Furman University Libraries