3/7/24 – Esther Belin: Lunch Poems Reading + Craft Talk


Poet Esther Belin

Lunch Poems Reading + Craft Talk

Thursday, March 7, 2024

12-1pm: Lunch Poems Reading
Morrison Library

4-5:15pm: Craft Talk
Arts Research Center, Hearst Field Annex D23

Presented by the Arts Research Center and the English Dept, with support from Dr. and Mrs. Tom Colby, the Berkeley Library, the Morrison Library Fund, the Dean’s Office of the College of Letters and Science, and Poets & Writers, Inc.

The Arts Research Center in collaboration with the English Department welcomes Esther Belin to a reading at Lunch Poems, Berkeley’s storied noontime poetry series, followed by a Craft Talk later in the afternoon, free and open to the public.

A Diné (Navajo) multimedia artist and writer, Esther Belin is the author of From the Belly of My Beauty, which won the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation, and Of Cartography, both from the University of Arizona Press. She also served as an editor of The Diné Reader. She is a graduate of UC Berkeley, the Institute of American Indian Arts, and Antioch University. She considers the following locations her homeland: LA, Durango, and Diné bike’yah. Photo by Carrie Phillips

Please visit her site: https://www.estherbelin.com/

Belin’s books are available at the University of Arizona Press.