Religion & Literature Reading: Hank Lazer


Location: 119 O'Shaughnessy Hall

The final event of this year's Religion & Literature Annual Lecture will be a reading by the celebrated American poetics scholar, poet and lyric theorist Hank Lazer, who will be speaking about one of Rowan Williams’s most recent books, The Edge of Words: God and the Habits of Language (2014). Lazer will offer an innovative reading of his recent work which he calls “shape-writing.”

Refreshments will help inspire us all to take part in what he describes as “part poetry reading, part talk, part conversation, part improvised collaborative performance.”

Other events include a lecture on March 29 and a lunchtime workshop on March 30.

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