As part of Digital Humanities Week, the New Writing Series is bringing digital poet Claire Donato to campus. Donato has an MFA from Brown University and describes herself as “a writer, artist, and curator thinking about animals, architecture, desire, exceptionalism, nothingness, pedagogy, personal taste, suffering, and synaesthesia.”
The event is free and open to the public.
Check out Donata reading from the banned book Lunch Poems by Frank O’Hara below.
Photo from Donato’s website.
This event is sponsored by McGillicuddy HC.