"Get Lit After Work"—David Gullette Reads Poems On Fishing

THU, AUG 18, 2016

Poet and performer David Gullette honors of one of summer’s great pastimes: fishing. Gullette will perform an evening of fishing-inspired verse and prose from Elizabeth Bishop, Henry David Thoreau, and Billy Collins, among others.

Photo: Boston Public Library on Flickr

+ BIO: David Gullette

David Gullette is the Literary Director of the Poet’s Theatre in Boston and has been a fixture on the Boston theater scene for almost 50 years. He’s a Professor of English at Simmons College in Boston, has published translations of poetry, drama and prose from the Italian and the Spanish, and has written two books about revolutionary Nicaraguan poetry.

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