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(ASL) Poet Alice Fogel reads and discusses her work

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Poet Alice Fogel reads and discusses her work. Learn how to appreciate poetry without necessarily “getting” it!

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Please join us as Poet Alice Fogel's reads and discusses her work 2pm-3pm EST, Saturday January 22, 2022, with an ASL Interpreter.

After you register for a free ticket, you will receive a link to our online Zoom event. The link will allow you to access any and all of our events on Saturday, January 22, 2022:

  • 1pm-2pm EST - view a gallery of Painter Voner's works (with ASL Interpreter.)
  • 2pm-3pm EST - join Poet Alice Fogel as she reads some of her works and answers questions (with ASL Interpreter.)
  • 3pm-4pm EST - view a gallery of Painter Voner's works (with ASL Interpreter.)
  • 4pm-5pm EST - see and hear The Marvento Duo (piano & flute.)

Alice B Fogel is the previous New Hampshire poet laureate (2014-2019). She is the author of 5 poetry collections, including Interval: Poems Based on Bach’s “Goldberg Variations,” which won the N. Schaffner Award for Music in Literature and the NH Literary Award. Another poetry book, Nothing But: a series of indirect considerations on art & consciousness, was published in fall of 2021, and she is also the author of Strange Terrain, on how to appreciate poetry without necessarily “getting” it. Among other awards, Alice has been given a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, and her poems have appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Best American Poetry. She teaches reading and writing workshops in a wide range of areas, works one-on-one with students with learning differences at Landmark College, and hikes mountains whenever possible.


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