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Lucie Brock-Broido is the director of poetry in the Writing Division in the School of the Arts at Columbia University. Her books of poetry include ''Trouble in Mind'', ''A Hunger'', and ''The Master Letters'', inspired by three mysterious, unsent letters written by Emily Dickinson and found after her death.
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Lucie Brock-Broido has read for the [[O.B. Hardison Poetry Series]] on two occasions: February 17, 1996, and December 14, 2009, for the [[Emily Dickinson Birthday Tribute]].  
  
Brock-Broido has read for the [[O.B. Hardison Poetry Series]] on two occasions: February 17, 1996, and December 14, 2009, for the [[Emily Dickinson Birthday Tribute]].  
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Brock-Broido is the director of poetry in the Writing Division in the School of the Arts at Columbia University. Her books of poetry include ''Trouble in Mind'', ''A Hunger'', and ''The Master Letters'', inspired by three mysterious, unsent letters written by Emily Dickinson and found after her death.
  
 
Visit her [http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/lucie-brock-broido Poetry Foundation] page for more information.
 
Visit her [http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/lucie-brock-broido Poetry Foundation] page for more information.

Revision as of 11:10, 18 June 2014

Lucie Brock-Broido has read for the O.B. Hardison Poetry Series on two occasions: February 17, 1996, and December 14, 2009, for the Emily Dickinson Birthday Tribute.

Brock-Broido is the director of poetry in the Writing Division in the School of the Arts at Columbia University. Her books of poetry include Trouble in Mind, A Hunger, and The Master Letters, inspired by three mysterious, unsent letters written by Emily Dickinson and found after her death.

Visit her Poetry Foundation page for more information.

From Evolution

What I want is to sleep away an epoch,

wake up as a girl with another kind of heart.


From A Hunger by Lucie Brock-Broido. Copyright 1988 by Lucie Brock-Broido. (Knopf). Reprinted with the permission of the author.