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Reading  |  An Evening with Marge Piercy

Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 7:30–9 pm

Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Auditorium  

Knopf published the paperback of Marge Piercy’s 18th poetry book THE HUNGER MOON recently; her 19th, MADE IN DETROIT, is scheduled for March. Her poetry has been anthologized well over 100 times. Piercy has written 17 novels, most recently SEX WARS; PM Press just republished DANCE THE EAGLE TO SLEEP, VIDA and BRAIDED LIVES with new introductions and in May her first short story collection THE COST OF LUNCH, ETC. The paperback will appear in September with 2 new stories and an introduction. Her memoir SLEEPINGWITH CATS is out from Harper Perennial. Her work is translated into 19 languages.

Introduction by Just Buffalo's Barbara Cole.

This is a free event.

Buffalo State School of Arts & Humanities
Buffalo State Communication Department
Buffalo State English Department
Buffalo State Women & Gender Studies Program
Buffalo State Office of Equity & Campus Diversity
Burchfield Penney Art Center
Canisius College Women & Gender Studies Program
Congregation Havurah
D’Youville College Department of Liberal Arts
Just Buffalo Literary Center
UB English Department
UB Transnational Studies/Global Gender Studies