Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Poet Fanny Howe's Films

Below is a presentation of three shorts by poet Fanny Howe in collaboration with Sheila Gallagher, John Gianvito, and Maceo Senna. The screening of Brigid of Murroe (2014), What Nobody Saw (1979/2015), and Be Again (1999/2015) took place at the Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard University in conjunction with Howe's 2014-2015 WPR Creative Fellowship. Howe introduces each film.

The video is just over an hour long. It is worth your time to watch.

Fanny Howe has won a number of poetry and other prizes, including the Woodberry Poetry Room Creative Fellowship, the Ruth Lilly Lifetime Achievement Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. Among her more than 20 books are essays, novels, and short stories.

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