Film, Video Asian-American Poetry Today

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Asian-American Poetry Today
Filipino-American poet Eileen Tabios reads from her work, followed by a moderated discussion.
Event Date
October 24, 2011
-  Eileen Tabios is an award-winning Filipino-American poet, fiction writer, conceptual/visual artist, editor, anthologist, critic and publisher.
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Running Time
50 minutes 20 seconds
Online Format

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