“Poetry Through Place and Memory” will take students to three locations on campus for an assessment of their visual and vernacular histories. Oklahoma poet laureate Ben Myers is coming to campus in advance of his reading (Nov 3) to participate in the workshop, which will also involve Nigel Jones (university architect) and Mike Buchert (director of Long Range Facilities Planning). The workshop is open to anyone, but please contact Louise Siddons (email@example.com) to let her know you plan to come. Full schedule of events and meeting locations to follow!
The Creative Writers Association is pleased to announce the first reader of our Fall ’16 Visiting Writer Series: Poet Bryan Borland.
Bryan Borland is the founding publisher of Sibling Rivalry Press, the founding editor of Assaracus, and the author of three collections of poetry: My Life as Adam, Less Fortunate Pirates, and DIG. His work deals with issues of sexuality and GLBTQ rights, among other things.
In addition to Bryan’s reading, on Thursday, Oct. 6, he will also lead a talk on publishing from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. in Morrill 207–everyone is welcome.
Last day to drop or add a course without penalty.
The Tulsa Race Riot, A. J. Smitherman, and the Report of the Tulsa Race Riot Commission
Larry O’Dell, Oklahoma Historical Society
Thursday September 14, 4:30 pm
North Hall, OSU Tulsa campus, Room 212
Sponsored by the American Studies Program and Dr. Gray’s Tulsa’s Public Cultures class (AMST 3550).
For further details, contact Dr. David Gray: firstname.lastname@example.org