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Kathleen Ann Goonan Reads at Poetry@Tech


Tom Lux, who holds two endowed chairs of poetry at Georgia Tech, hosts one of the finest poetry readings in the country several times a year, Poetry At Tech.  He invited me to read fiction, IN WAR TIMES (a first for Poetry at Tech), which I did, but I began with a poem about Lew Welch called “City Lights.”   This is from December 2010, when I first began teaching at Georgia Tech, where I am now a Professor of the Practice.

Poetry At Tech is free and open to the public, so if you live near Atlanta you should check their schedule and hear marvelous poets read their work. 

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