Lit-URL is excited to present to you an audio outlet by local writers. The first to kick off our reading series is Bonnie Lyons. Bonnie Lyons is a poet and a professor of English at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She has taught as a Fulbright Professor at the Aristotelian University in Thessaloniki and at the Central and Autonoma Universities in Barcelona. In addition to publishing numerous articles and interviews, Lyons is the author of In Other Words, Hineni, Meanwhile, Henry Roth: The Man and His Work, and co-author of Passion and Craft. Her poetry has been published in The Paris Review, Contemporary Literature, and New Letters. Lyons reads poetry from her newest collection Bedrock.
Gemini Ink Feb. 3, 2012
1. “To Miami Beach 1949”
2. “Captain Midnight and the Evil Eye”
3. “Sylvia and Irving”
4. “Two Red Balloons”
5. “First Love”
6. “Woolworth's Miami Beach”
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