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This series, offered by Barnard College exclusively focusing on women poets, is a real treat. The setting is intimate and dignified, the poets tend to be brilliant, and there is always a very fancy spread (not just wine and cheese). There's no admission fee and poets will gladly sign your books.
3009 Broadway @ 417 Barnard Hall
Last Modified: Thursday Jan 24 2008
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