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Thee Cardigan Professor!

Naykishia Darby, Thee Cardigan Professor, reads excerpts from some of her favorite (and topical!) poets and authors. Presented by

  • Be sure to catch david matthews, Sunday, June 2nd at the Edward A. Dixon Gallery! - online
  • In this edition of Thee Cardigan Professor, to celebrate National Poetry Month, we decided to bring in Dr. Nathan Lipps, to discuss his newest book of poetry, Built Around the Fire. Dr. Lipps is an Assistant Professor of English at Central State University, where he teaches Creative Writing, Environmental Humanities, Composition, and Literature. He received his Ph.D. from Binghamton University, his MFA from Wichita State University, and his BA from Western Michigan University. He is the author of the body as passage (Open Palm Print), and recipient of the Peter Taylor Fellowship (Kenyon Review), an Excellence award in Research (SUNY Binghamton), and a Poetry Fellowship (Wichita State University). His work has been published in numerous journals including Adroit, Best New Poets, Cleaver, Colorado Review, EcoTheo Review, North American Review, Third Coast, and TYPO.
  • In homage to Hispanic Heritage Month, Thee Cardigan Professor reads a number of excerpts from Sandra Cisneros and their book "The House On Mango Street" for!