A Lit Night You Don't Want to Miss 

If you take our advice, you could be thanking those incredible word folks at POG for their latest evening of magic. On Saturday, Nov. 15, at Conrad Wilde Gallery, 101 W. 6th St. National Book Award finalist and professor of English at the University of California Riverside, Fred Moten (whose book of poetry "The Feel Trio" was published by Tucson's own Letter Machine Editions) and "Tucson-by-Midwest-by-Taiwan-by-Montana-by-Tucson" poet Dot Devota (who has a new book out on Noemi Press, "And the Girls Worried Terribly") will be reading from their work. For more on this night of ideas and verse, find the event's Facebook page.


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