The Red Book Dialogues
Sunday, November 8, 2009
4:30 PM–6:30 PM Free
“Left alone in the stillness / in that pure silence married / to the stillness of nature.”
Linda Gregg is the author of six poetry collections. She received the 2006 PEN/Voelcker Award in Poetry for achievement across her career. Her published books include Things and Flesh, Chosen By The Lion, The Sacraments of Desire, Alma, Too Bright to See, and In the Middle Distance. Her poems have also appeared in numerous literary magazines, including Ploughshares, The New Yorker, the Paris Review, the Kenyon Review, and the Atlantic Monthly. Gregg’s poetry is often inspired by travel and focuses on themes of grief and loss. Her latest collection is All of It Singing, published by Greywolf. Presented with the Poetry Society of America.
Beth Darlington teaches at Vassar’s Department of English where she specializes in English Romantic Poetry with a particular emphasis on Wordsworth. She is a certified and New York State licensed Jungian psychoanalyst. Her academic interests focus on nineteenth-century British literature, depth psychology, mythology, fairy tales, and various aspects of embodied learning.
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