The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet reads from and signs copies of her new collection 'Just Saying.'
If you're keeping score in the poetry world, Armantrout is considered one of the foremost language poets writing today.
From Publishers Weekly:
No poet gets caustic, or self-critical, or sarcastic, as well as Armantrout, whose quick stanzas-half Twitter, half Emily Dickinson-say a lot about how language, money, love, and memory can fail us, and in very little space. This collection, in particular, might give readers still on the outside of Armantrout's brilliance a set of new ways in.
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