“Bite-size poetry” is a program of the Utah Department of Arts & Museums that features Utah poet reading one of their works, with some video production by TWIG Media Lab. This month’s feature is Nancy Takacs, who has been featured in our Sunday Blog Read (here). She lives in Wellington, Utah, and spends summers in Wisconsin on Lake Superior. She is the recipient of a 2014 Ucross writing residency, the 2013 Sherwin W. Howard Poetry Prize for “the best poems” in Weber — the Contemporary West, the Nation Discovery Award, and the Kay Saunders Poet Prize from the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets.
Here she reads “Hummingbird Feeder”:
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Categories: Literary Arts | READ LOCAL First
The mélange of art, film and poetry is sublime. Love (& have to decades, whites how we measure these days)