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AASU to host poet Lucinda Grey
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SAVANNAH-The Poetry Society of Georgia 2008-2009 reading series continues with Lucinda Grey on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m., at Books on Bay Bookstore, 224 Bay St. The event is free and open to the public.

Two writer’s residencies she won in La Napoule, France and Mojacar, Spain inspired Grey’s most recent book of poems, “The Woman Who Has Eaten the Moon.” The collection includes poems in the personae of Frida Kahlo and Federico Garcia Lorca. The poet’s other books include “Martin Flores and the House of Dreams” and “Ribbon Around a Bomb,” which won the Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize. Her poetry has appeared in Shenandoah, Tar River Poetry, and Southern Humanities Review, among other journals.

The Southern Poetry Review and Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Department of Language, Literature and Philosophy sponsor this series. For further information, contact Tony Morris at 344-3123 or