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Following their reading the previous day, O’Brien, White, and Xu come together in a roundtable discussion of their work and Let me consider it from here.
Co-presented with Poem Present/Program for Poetry and Poetics at the University of Chicago.
GEOFFREY G. O’BRIEN’s latest book is Experience in Groups (Wave, 2018). He is also the author most recently of People on Sunday (Wave, 2013) and the coauthor (with John Ashbery and Timothy Donnelly) of Three Poets (Minus A Press, 2012). O’Brien is a Professor of English at UC Berkeley and also teaches for the Prison University Project at San Quentin State Prison.
SIMONE WHITE is the author of Dear Angel of Death, Of Being Dispersed, Unrest and House Envy of All the World. Her work has appeared in Frieze, BOMB, Chicago Review and Harper’s, among other places. She teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and lives in Brooklyn.
LYNN XU was born in Shanghai. She is the author of Debts & Lessons, a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize, and June, a chapbook. With her family, she divides her time between Marfa, TX, and Chicago, IL, where she teaches at the University of Chicago.
Image: Brook Hsu, Forget-Me-Not, 2016