Film, Video Poetry Reading by Merrill Leffler
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- Poetry Reading by Merrill Leffler
- Merrill Leffler speaks about his new book, "Mark the Music."
- Event Date
- September 24, 2013
- - Merrill Leffler has published two previous collections of poetry, Partly Pandemonium, Partly Love (Dryad Press, 1982) and Take Hold (Dryad Press, 1997). Originally a physicist-engineer at NASA, he did graduate studies in literature at the University of Maryland and Oxford University, taught literature at the U.S. Naval Academy, and went on to become senior science writer at the University of Maryland Sea Grant Program. The publisher of Dryad Press, Leffler has guest-edited issues of various magazines, among them, "Poet Lore" on Israeli poetry: "The Changing Orders" and "Shirim: The Poetry of Eytan Eytan," which he and Moshe Dor translated from the Hebrew. He is a founder of The Writer's Center (Bethesda, Md.) and currently writes the "Vox Poetica" column for the Voice newspapers in Maryland.
- Related Resources
- African & Middle Eastern Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/
- Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress: https://www.loc.gov/poetry/
- Running Time
- 53 minutes 46 seconds
- Online Format
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