Late Night Library: Podcast Interview with Rachel Hadas
This Friday, April 17th, at 7pm, Rachel Hadas will read as part of the "Poets of Other Persuasions" poetry reading. Rachel was recently interviewed by Kristen Maffei, as part of Late Night Library literary podcast series. Check it out at: http://latenightlibrary.org/rachel-hadas-the-golden-road/.
RACHEL HADAS, who has written, translated, or edited over 20 books, is Board of Governors Professor of English at Rutgers-Newark. Among her honors and awards are a Guggenheim Fellowship, two Ingram-Merrill Foundation Fellowships, and the O.B. Hardison Poetry Award of the Folger Shakespeare Library. She has taught writing at Columbia, Princeton, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and the West Chester poetry Conference. Rachel’s most recent books are a prose volume Strange Relation: A Memoir of Marriage, Dementia, and Poetry (Paul Dry Books 2011) and a book of poems, The Golden Road (Northwestern University Press, 2012). Two new books are forthcoming: a collection of new prose pieces, Talking to the Dead (Spuyten Duyvil Press 2015) and a poetry collection, Questions in the Vestibule (Northwestern University Press 2016). She is currently translating Euripides’ tragedy Iphigenia in Aulis.
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