The inviting nature of the Stokes Tent was reinforced through the welcoming prose of ‘The Laughing Medusa’ in its inspiring and earnest recanting of verse and spoken word.
A monk once told BC English Professor Kim Garcia, “Writing is your prayer.” Since that day, she has combated war with poetry.
Major Jackson joins the ranks of Robert Frost, T.S. Eliot, and Maya Angelou, who have also spoken as a part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
Paul Lewis, an English professor at BC, is organizing a songwriting contest for BC students in conjunction with the release of his current project, a poetry anthology.
I give you the famous poem from a Boston college-aged youth’s point of view.
Poet, editor, and self-proclaimed “country boy” Peter Fallon read from his extenisve works of poetry as part of the Lowell Humanities Series.
“To be in the middle of a Laura Kasischke poem is to occupy the intersection between the physical and the unseen … the known and the imagined,” said Boston College professor Suzanne Matson in her introduction to the prize winning poet who spoke at the latest Lowell Humanities Series last night.