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Poetry Reading by Dorothy Barresi The Gettysburg Review is pleased to announce a reading by poet Dorothy Barresi on Tuesday, April 2, at 8 p.m. at the Lyceum in Penn Hall on the campus of Gettysburg College. A book signing and reception will follow the reading, which is free of charge and open to the public. Kudos Congratulations to all of our writers whose work was selected for The Puschart Prize XXXVII: Best of the Small Presses : Timothy Hedges, “ Civil Twilight ,” (Fiction, Summer 2011 ), and M. C.
Art and Anguish: Elizabeth Hardwick’s Letters to Robert Lowell an essay by Jeffrey Meyers Elizabeth Hardwick, born in Kentucky in 1916, the daughter of a plumbing and heating contractor, was the eighth of eleven children in a Presbyterian family. She graduated from the University of Kentucky, earned a master’s degree at Columbia, and taught at Barnard. She published three novels, a book of stories, four books of criticism—which made her name—and a short biography of Herman Melville. . . . —Read the essay here <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
ISRAEL/PALESTINE - Israeli Apar-theid Week is an annual international series of events held in cities and campuses across the globe. The aim is to educate people about the nature of Israel as an apartheid system and to build Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaigns. Palestinian students have called for all U.S. students to put boycotts, divestments and sanctions at the heart of University action. Events are being held through February and March.