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Reading: Ed Bok Lee

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Ed Bok Lee

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21-3-2013 4:00 PM

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21-3-2013 5:00 PM

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In this recording from Thursday, March 21st, 2013, during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Ed Bok Lee reads poetry from Real Karaoke People and Whorled, as well as a new unpublished poem, including: “Night Work,” “Sweet Men,” “Documentation,” “Four Orders of Silence,” “Regenesis,” “The Other's Water,” and “Whorled.” He answers questions from the audience. Topics for questions include: integrating a real life location in “A Fable of Fruit,” the “spoken word” nature of some of his poetry, the Hmong hunter case, and methods for writing.

Introduced by Cameron Kelsall.

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Mar 21st, 4:00 PM Mar 21st, 5:00 PM

Reading: Ed Bok Lee

In this recording from Thursday, March 21st, 2013, during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Ed Bok Lee reads poetry from Real Karaoke People and Whorled, as well as a new unpublished poem, including: “Night Work,” “Sweet Men,” “Documentation,” “Four Orders of Silence,” “Regenesis,” “The Other's Water,” and “Whorled.” He answers questions from the audience. Topics for questions include: integrating a real life location in “A Fable of Fruit,” the “spoken word” nature of some of his poetry, the Hmong hunter case, and methods for writing.

Introduced by Cameron Kelsall.