Marilyn Chin, Toi Derricotte, Percival Everett
Moderated by Alice Quinn
April 24, 2014

The Poetry of America’s 2014 national series The Voice of Women in American Poetry celebrates an enormous literary heritage. Distinguished contemporary poets — both male and female — gathered in five cities around the country to pay tribute to the immense achievement of a wide range of poets, from Phyllis Wheatley and Anne Bradstreet to Adrienne Rich and Lucille Clifton. In Los Angeles, ALOUD hosted a program featuring poets Marilyn Chin on Ai, Toi Derricotte on Anne Sexton and Percival Everett on Gertrude Stein. Co-presented with Poetry Society of America

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