Event Title

Reading: Sharon Doubiago

Presenter Information

Sharon Doubiago

Location

Memorial Union

Start Date

20-3-2002 4:00 PM

End Date

20-3-2002 5:00 PM

Description

In this audiovisual recording from March 20, 2002 as part of the 33rd annual UND Writers Conference: “Explorations,” Sharon Doubiago reads a selection of her poetry, dedicating the reading to the memories of Meridel La Sueur and Thomas McGrath. Doubiago reads the opening of “Tennessee,” an excerpt from “Headstone,” “Ramon,” “I Was Born Coming to the Sea,” an excerpt from “American Alchemy,” “My Mother is a Poem I Will Never Write,” “LA Blonde,” “My Little Moneychanger,” “[Amerigo Vaspucci,]” “Love Poem to Strong Wind, Amerrique,” the closing paragraph of Thornton Wilder's Bridge of San Luis Rey, “Queda el Alma,” “Santas,” “Son,” “The Poet Laureate of Vietnam,” “My Brother's Keeper,” and “[All night sleeping in my van].”

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Reading: Sharon Doubiago

Memorial Union

In this audiovisual recording from March 20, 2002 as part of the 33rd annual UND Writers Conference: “Explorations,” Sharon Doubiago reads a selection of her poetry, dedicating the reading to the memories of Meridel La Sueur and Thomas McGrath. Doubiago reads the opening of “Tennessee,” an excerpt from “Headstone,” “Ramon,” “I Was Born Coming to the Sea,” an excerpt from “American Alchemy,” “My Mother is a Poem I Will Never Write,” “LA Blonde,” “My Little Moneychanger,” “[Amerigo Vaspucci,]” “Love Poem to Strong Wind, Amerrique,” the closing paragraph of Thornton Wilder's Bridge of San Luis Rey, “Queda el Alma,” “Santas,” “Son,” “The Poet Laureate of Vietnam,” “My Brother's Keeper,” and “[All night sleeping in my van].”