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Orient (New Stuff Tuesday)

Nicholas Gulig won the 2017 Open Book Poetry Competition for the poems in this book. In case his name sounds familiar it might be because you know him from campus. He is an Assistant Professor in the Languages & Literatures … Continue reading

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Second Renaissance in Native American Literature

In just two days Whitewater’s own professors Alexis Piper and Rossitza Ivanova will speak about Native American literature in their presentation From Early Orators to Today’s Second Renaissance in Native American Literature: Using Language to Re-Make, Resist, Uplift, and Empower. … Continue reading

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Thanku: Poems of Gratitude (New Stuff Tuesdays)

Ahhh. This sweet little puff of dandelion fluff provides a brief respite for the world-weary. Playful artwork complements the punchy children’s poems with titles like “Atta-Dude” and “Roy G. Biv.” Each poem includes a label for the format while the … Continue reading

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The Last Elephants (New Stuff Tuesday)

This post is written by Hanna Srour, Reference Desk Student Assistant. Oftentimes, nonfiction books are thought to be rather dull or irrelevant. The Last Elephants is absolutely neither of these things. Containing a large variety of articles, photographs, and poetry, … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – October 1, 2019

whiskey words & a shovel by Author r. h. Sin New Arrivals Island, 2nd Floor PS3619.I56674 W5 2016 This well-received book of poetry is the first in a trilogy. The Andersen Library owns all three books in the Main Collection … Continue reading

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Hear the Wisconsin poet laureate

Karla Huston, Wisconsin’s 2017-18 Poet Laureate, will present some of her work on Thurs., Apr. 5th, at 5 p.m. in Laurentide in the 3rd-floor “living room area.” It’s a celebration of Poetry Month! There will be some refreshments (RSVP to … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – July 12, 2016

There Are Things We Live Among: Poems by Patrick Moran. Our very own Professor Moran won the Grayson Books Poetry Prize in 2015 and has published this book of poetry as a result. Continue reading

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Bare Knuckle Warrior Poetics

Cameron Conaway, a former mixed martial arts fighter and award-winning writer, will talk about “Bare Knuckle Warrior Poetics: On Fighting, Writing, and the Worlds Between” at 7p.m. on Mon., Feb. 29 in the Young Auditorium. It’s part of the Contemporary … Continue reading

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New Stuff Tuesday – June 23, 2015

The Essential Ginsberg edited by Michael Schumacher. Allen Ginsberg is a genius! Continue reading

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Juan Felipe Herrera

Librarian of Congress James H. Billington has announced that in the fall, Juan Felipe Herrera will serve as the 21st Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry for 2015-2016. He will be the first Hispanic poet to serve. Read more about him … Continue reading

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