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Talk: "Ada Limón: Working in the Service of Poetry" by Ada Limón (CAS MillerComm)

Please join us as for this special evening with U.S. Poet Laureate, Ada Limón. Part conversation and part poetry reading, the event follows Limón as she shares with us how poetry connects us to the world, allows us to heal, to love, to grieve, and reminds us of the full spectrum of human emotion.

Hosted by: Literatures & Languages Library

In conjunction with: Creative Writing Program, Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Department of Dance, Department of English, Department of Gender & Women's Studies, Department of Latina/Latino Studies, Humanities Research Institute, Office of Advancement, Program in Comparative & World Literature, Robert J. Carr Visiting Authors Series, School of Music, University Library


For further information on this event, contact the Museum Information Desk at or (217) 333-2360

All participants are welcome. To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact Brian Cudiamat at or (217) 244-5586.