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Robert Kelly & Sinéad Morrissey

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92Y & IAC
Robert Kelly & Sinéad Morrissey

Thursday, May 14 | 8:15 pm

In our third collaboration with 92Y Unterberg Poetry Center, we are thrilled to announce four evenings with contemporary authors.

At 92Y | Buttenwieser Hall
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street
New York, NY

“He has done something remarkable. He has given magic back its dignity, finding it in human warmth.”Bookforum on Robert Kelly

“[Morrissey] is one of a number of younger poets from Northern Ireland who are negotiating the mixed blessing of having such illustrious antecedents as Mahon and Heaney…To honor such an inheritance requires all the confidence and care of a high-wire act. With its incisive imagery and taut rhythms, her poetry comes to us with the intimacy of whispered secrets.”
- The Guardian

A special evening celebrating Robert Kelly, who has published more than 50 books of poetry and prose, and Sinéad Morrissey’s new T. S. Eliot Prize-winning collection, Parallax.

 


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