Co-Presented by Seattle Times. Sponsored by Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry. “He’s the kind of person who will note to you that doughnuts are called doughnuts because they look like mechanical nuts—not some other kind of nuts.” ----Samuel Amadon, author of the collection Like a Sea. “I want to be silly, too, that’s a large part of who I am.” ----Timothy Donnelly Timothy Donnelly is a poet and professor with two published books of poetry, Twenty-Seven Props for a Production of Eine Lebenszeit, and The Cloud Corporation. His work, which has been published in numerous anthologies and literary journals – including Harper’s and The Paris Review – has also been translated into German and Italian. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and 2012 winner of the Kingsley Tufts Award. He is a poetry editor for the Boston Review. Donnelly lives in Brooklyn and teaches in the Writing Program at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Co-presented with the Bagley Wright Lecture Series on Poetry.
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