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Onward! A Night for Robert Creeley
9:30 PM, 22 April, 2005
Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center
56 Broadway

Poet Lisa Jarnot will join Lee Ann Brown, Jeff Davis, Sebastian Matthews, and others to read at 9:30 PM, 22 April, at the BMCM+AC, after the performance by the WCU gamelan ensemble.

Jarnot, who studied with Black Mountain poet Robert Creeley in Buffalo, will join other readers in celebrating Creeley's work and legacy. Creeley, whose work stands with Charles Olson's in defining the influence of Black Mountain College on imaginative writing in English, died at the end of March at the age of 78.

Jarnot, author of Black Dog Songs and Ring of Fire, currently teaches creative writing at Brooklyn College. She is now finishing both a biography of poet Robert Duncan and a novel to be titled Promise X.

Come celebrate Creeley's remarkable work, and enjoy the new work of poets whom he helped discover their own distinctive voices.

The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center is located at 56 Broadway in downtown Asheville. Hours are 12-4 pm Wednesday through Saturday.


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