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Pankake Poetry Reading with Margaret Hasse
April 11 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
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Join us for a retrospective reading with Margaret Hasse, featuring selections from her most recent publication, Between Us, as well as other works. To celebrate the reading, Nodin Press is reissuing Hasse’s first book, Stars Above, Stars Below, previously out of print. All of Hasse’s works will be available for purchase at the reading.
Reception and author signing to follow the reading with books available for purchase courtesy of the University of Minnesota Bookstores.
“How I love the vine that grows beneath the north window,
a vine without much to say for itself,
just a few odd phrases of berries and leaves,
Starting with the Vine*
“[Her] poems are well-made and cared for, precisely sung messages from the heart familiar with the ‘injured beauty’ of live, the knife of loss, and the rose of vision…Hasse’s poems travel the common world and make it strangely new, clearly seen, powerfully said.”
What: Pankake Poetry Reading
Who: Margaret Hasse — “Selected Poems”
When: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 | 4:00 p.m. Reading | 5:00 p.m. Reception and book signing
Where: Elmer L. Andersen Library, Room 120
The Pankake Poetry Series was named in honor of librarian Marcia Pankake, whose love of poetry was demonstrated in the countless readings and poetry events she hosted at the University Libraries until her retirement in 2007.
About Margaret Hasse
Margaret Hasse is a poet, teacher, and arts consultant, with a career spanning four decades in the Twin Cities. Her poetry, frequently featured on The Writer’s Almanac and in many publications, speaks intimately and resonantly about experiences in the everyday world, finding joy and revelation in what we often take for granted. She is the author of five collections of poems, Stars Above, Stars Below, In a Sheep’s Eye, Darling, Milk and Tides, Earth’s Appetite, and Between Us.