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Elizabeth Alexander Talks on Lucille Clifton

at MIST HarlemTue Feb 19
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Location

MIST Harlem

46 W. 116th St.
New York NY , 10026 (map)

Tel: 646-688-5886
Contact Name: nfo@mistharlem.com
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Date & Time

07:30 PM
 
Tue, Feb 19, 2013

Ticket Info: http://www.myimagestudios.com

Cost:    $10

Performer

Elizabeth Alexander Talks on Lucille Clifton

Preceded by a musical performance, President Obama's 2008 Inaugural Poet Elizabeth Alexander will deliver a talk on the work of writer and poet Lucille Clifton. A Q & A with the audience will follow.


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Preceded by a musical performance, President Obama's 2008 Inaugural Poet Elizabeth Alexander will deliver a talk on the work of writer and poet Lucille Clifton. A Q & A with the audience will follow.
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