LU students read poetry at MRRL event

LU students, left to right: Kennedy Thompson, DeAni Blake-Britton, Jaida Gray, Chenia Walker, professor Eli Burrell, Jestine Lange, Crystal Taylor, and Ethan Robinett.

From Clarion staff reports/Photos courtesy Eli Burrell

JEFFERSON CITY – The undergraduate poets from the English 376: Intermediate Poetry Workshop and English 476 Advanced Poetry Workshop (taught by Elijah Burrell, poet and associate professor of English) presented a public reading on Nov. 29, 2022 during the November meeting of the Missouri River Regional Library Lecture Series event.

The Lincoln University Poetry Workshop Live Series showcases the range and energy of contemporary poetic voices with an emphasis on cultural and aesthetic diversity. 

For more info, go to the MRRL website.

DeAni Blake-Britton reading presenting at the MRRL Lecture Series live event.
Chenia Walker
Ethan Robinett
Poetry enthusiasts enjoy the live readings by LU students during the MRRL Lecture Series live event. Nov. 29, 2022.
Kennedy Thompson
Crystal Taylor
Jestine Lange

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