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The Frost Place Dartmouth Poet in Residence Reading: Aurielle Marie

Please join the Department of English and Creative Writing for a reading with The Frost Place Dartmouth Poet in Residence Aurielle Marie.

Wednesday, July 24, 2024
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Dartmouth Hall 105
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts, Arts and Sciences

Reading with Aurielle Marie
The Frost Place Dartmouth Poet in Residence Reading
Wednesday, July 24, 2024 | 5:30 p.m.
Dartmouth Hall 105
The event is sponsored by the Department of English and Creative Writing. 

Email english.department@dartmouth.edu with questions or access needs.

Aurielle Marie (they/she) is a Black and Queer poet, essayist, and cultural curator surviving state violence. They are the author of Gumbo Ya Ya (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021) and the 2020 Cave Canem poetry prize winner. Aurielle won the 2021 Furious Flower Poetry Prize, was the 2022 Georgia Author of the Year in poetry, and received the 2022 Lambda Literary Award for bisexual poetry. For their work in literature, Aurielle was named a member of Out Magazine’s 2022 Out100 class and was featured on Good Morning America. In 2023, she was honored as a Kate Tufts Discovery Award finalist. She was a 2022 Movement Journalism Fellow with Scalawag Magazine, a 2019 Lambda Literary Writer in Residence, and has received invitations to fellowships from Tin House, VONA, The Watering Hole, and Kopkind. Their work has been featured in American Poetry Review, the Poem-a-Day series, Poetry Magazine, and on The Slowdown, Teen Vogue, and The Guardian, CNN, The Jennifer Hudson Show, among other platforms. A genderqueer filmmaker and storyteller, Aurielle writes about sex, systems, and The South from a Black Feminist lens.

For more information, contact:
Department of English and Creative Writing
(603) 646-2316

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.