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Poet’s Corner: Bob Bradley 

When: Thu., May 26, 7-8 p.m. 2011
Price: Free
Poet’s Corner is one of Nashville’s few regular literary happenings, and with the recent death of the poetry event A Night for Fugitive Poets at Springwater, it’s becoming the only game in town for poetry lovers. Award-winning poet Bob Bradley has published his verse in Ploughshares, Plainsong and Antioch Review, and he’s a guiding force behind the TEDx Nashville creative forum that has grown so dramatically. But he may be better known to Nashvillians for his musical musings. Bradley has written articles about and interviews with Lucinda Williams, Vic Chesnutt and others, and he’s also put out three independent albums of his own, including his latest release, Tobacco Sunburst. Bradley’s diaphanous imagery and descriptions of the natural world should make for a compelling reading at this mid-May installment, and we’re hoping he can summon his muse to coax a return of the warm weather.
— Joe Nolan

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