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Special Benefit for Revolution Books: Robert Hass & Lyn Hejinian, an Evening of Poetry and Prose 3-12-14



Seating is limited - Buy your tickets here $5-$25.
An Evening of Poetry & Prose with Robert Hass and Lyn Hejinian
at Revolution Books Wed. March 12 at 7pm

*Special Dinner* with Robert Hass 5-7 pm before the event $100-$1000.
Buy tickets for Dinner with Robert Hass, former US Poet Laureate
(Dinner tickets include event at the bookstore)

Robert Hass is the author of many books of poetry and prose, most recently, What Light Can Do:  Essays on Art, Imagination and the Naturual World (Ecco).  He served as the Poet Laureate of the United States from 1995-97 and has been awarded both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.  He teaches English at the University of California, Berkeley.

Lyn Hejinian is an essayist, translator, scholar and poet.  She teaches in the University of California, Berkeley English Department.  Her most recent book of poetry is The Book of A Thousand Eyes (Omnidawn Books, 2012).  In 2009, Hejinian founded the Solidarity Alliance at UC Berkeley, a coalition of unions, workers, staff, students, and faculty fighting against the privatization of public education.

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