June 30, 2021

Rain in Plural . . . and Beyond

A Library Chat with Fiona Sze-Lorrain
Pre-recorded discussion
Watch the video below

One of the rare few English-language poets of our present times working across genres and three or more languages and cultures, Fiona Sze-Lorrain presents us poems from her latest collection Rain in Plural (Princeton University Press, 2020), and shares her ongoing processes of translation, music, and artmaking that are in parallel to her writing.

Videography and Editing: Flavien Eripret

Editing, Mixing, and Post-Production: Vernon Hughes

About the Series

Even amid the pandemic, the Institute is fortunate to be able to host some remarkable thinkers. Library Chats is a new series of filmed conversations bringing together Fellows, Visitors and guests in discussion of their work. Ranging from global warming to the art of filming street protest, from poetry to human rights, the Chats will traverse a terrain of ideas both contemporary and reflective.

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