Three poets discuss grief, family trauma, and their life in and love for the arid desert lands of the Southwest.
|Student Union Kiva (Seats 100)
|Sat, Mar 9, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
|Sales & Signing Area - UA Bookstore, Main Floor (following presentation)
Tommy Archuleta, a wordsmith and storyteller, was born in Santa Fe, N.M., where the rich culture and history would later serve as a wellspring of inspiration for his writing. Archuleta embarked on his literary journey at a young age, weaving tales that effortlessly blended elements of the supernatural with the everyday, creating a unique narrative style that has captivated readers worldwide....
Tennison Black is the author of "Survival Strategies," award winner of the National Poetry Series and editor of "A Body You Talk To: An Anthology of Contemporary Disability." They received their Master of Fine Arts at Arizona State University, where they learned poetics from Alberto Ríos, Cynthia Hogue and the late Norman Dubie....