West-Coast poet Garrett Hongo addresses the two strands that define his work: the dramatic monologue (from Ovid to Ai), as well as the experience of incarceration as it relates to his family's experience in the Japanese American detention camps of World War II. $10, $7 for students and seniors, free to Poets House Members (rmharris)
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