Lectures and readings followed by a book-signing and reception. Presented in collaboration with Yale Divinity Student Book Supply.
Film Color: A Story in Black and White
a meditation on the nature of art and faith using film images, poems, and other texts
The Lana Schwebel Memorial Lecture in Religion and Literature
Fanny Howe is the author of more than 20 books of poetry and prose. “If someone is alone reading my poems, I hope it would be like reading someone’s notebook. A record. Of a place, beauty, difficulty. A familiar daily struggle,” Fanny Howe explained in a 2004 interview with the Kenyon Review. Indeed, more than a subject or theme, the process of recording experience is central to Howe’s poetry. Her work explores grammatical possibilities, and its rhythms are generated from associative images and sounds.