Poet Keith Taylor reads from his works and answers questions from audience at the Michigan Writers Series

Keith Taylor, coordinator of the undergraduate creative writing program at the University of Michigan, reads poetry from a new manuscript just sent to his publisher and scheduled to be published in 2009. Taylor says that he writes about his experiences with Michigan's places and people and attempts to capture the daily patterns, habits, aspirations and dreams of those around him. He also reads from the following: "Battered guitars: the poetry and prose of Kostas Karyotakis", "And the waters prevailed", "What's needed now", and "The walk." He concludes by reading three short love poems and then answers questions from the audience. Taylor is introduced by MSU Librarian Peter Berg. Recorded in the MSU Main Library as part of the Michigan State University Libraries' Michigan Writers Series.
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Michigan State University. Libraries
G. Robert Vincent Voice Library Collection
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Settings and Themes, motives
Subject Name:
Taylor, Keith, 1952-, Taylor, Keith, and 1952-
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