Thursday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m., the President’s Lounge of the Connelly Center will play host to esteemed poet Colette Bryce as a part of the ongoing 2018 Lit Fest. The author of four poetry collections, Bryce has also spent parts of her career as a writing fellow and as an editor.
In Bryce’s writing, you’ll immediately notice a sense of melody. She once said, “Music is my central preoccupation with writing; I don’t consider any poems to be without form. Successful poems adhere to an inner music, inner forms. Formally, I write more for the ear than for the eye.”
See, or shall we say, hear for yourself, with these books by Bryce available at Falvey!
- “The Heel of Bernadette” (2000)
- “Self-portrait in the Dark” (2008)
- “The Full Indian Rope Trick” (2005)
- “The Observations of Aleksandr Svetlov” (2007)
- “Selected Poems” (2017)
- “The Whole and Rain-Domed Universe” (2014)
Article by William Repetto, a graduate assistant in the Communication and Marketing Dept. at the Falvey Memorial Library. He is currently pursuing an MA in English at Villanova University.
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