Jane Taylor Talk and Poetry Reading

April 25, 2012 (All day)

Jane Taylor is a poet, editor and teacher with a special interest in creative collaboration. She worked with RCAH Professor Anita Skeen in a collection of poems, When We Say Shelter (2007), inspired by their shared experiences teaching at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.

Jane Taylor's visit to RCAH will include the following events:

Afternoon talk with Jane Taylor: In the School of Friendship--the Elements of Craft in a Writing Partnership
Wednesday, April 25: 3 p.m. in 301 Snyder

Jane Taylor reading and adaptations by Ann White and her RCAH 291 students*:
Wednesday, April 25: 7 p.m. in the RCAH Theater
The winner of the 2012 Annie Balocating Prize for Poetry will be announced by Jane just before the reading.

* Join us for a first-of-its-kind Poetry Center collaborative reading and performance. Oklahoma poet Jane Taylor will read selections from her book, What Can Be Saved, along with a staged reading of Ann White's 291 class' adaptation of the book. This will be followed by a staged reading of scenes from Taylor's The Lady Victory adapted for performance by Ann White.

Read more about Jane here.