Zell Visiting Writers Series: Laura Kasischke

. December 1, 2016.
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U of M Professor Laura Kasischke has published nine novels, one short story collection and eight books of poetry. She has received numerous awards and publications including a National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry. Kasischke is joined in conversation with  Helen Zell Writers’ Program Director Doug Trevor to discuss craft and the writing life in Zell Visiting Writers Series: Laura Kasischke.

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