Aaron Coleman Reading
Aaron Coleman (MFA ’15, PhD ’21), whose papers and other materials are now part of the Modern Literature Collection, will read his poetry and translations. Professor Ignacio Infante will introduce Coleman and moderate a brief Q&A after, followed by a light reception. Coleman is featured in the current exhibition Wherein I Am: Highlights from the Aaron Coleman Papers. This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Literary Arts, the Department of Comparative Literature, the English Department, and the Writing Program.
The International Writers Series is a collaboration between the International Writers track of the Program in Comparative Literature and the Washington University Libraries to celebrate new publications of creative works by writers and translators in the Washington University in St. Louis community and beyond.
Free and open to all, registration is requested.
Washington University affiliated faculty, staff, and students are also invited to join us for Aaron Coleman in Conversation with Mary Jo Bang, the following evening at 6 pm. More information and registration is available on the event page.
Wherein I Am: Highlights from the Aaron Coleman Papers
In 2021 the Washington University Libraries acquired the literary papers of poet, translator, and Washington University alumnus Aaron Coleman. To commemorate the opening of the papers to researchers, this exhibition in the Julian Edison Department of Special Collections Reading Room in Olin Library presents highlights from the collection. In addition, the University Libraries are hosting aView Exhibition