Today, 3.30 pm, O’Leary Library, Wilder St, South Campus
Music and Prose
Singer-songwriter Tanya Donelly and author Rick Moody discuss songwriting, artistic influences, and inspiration, as well as their collaborations that experiment with the line between music-making and prose-writing.
Thurs., Oct 11, 3.30 pm, O’Leary Library, Wilder St, South Campus
Poet Anne Waldman in performance, reading her work with musical accompaniment. She is an award-winning poet and co-founder of the Kerouac Writing School at Naropa Univ. in Boulder, Colo., where she is a Distinguished Professor. She will attend the “Beat Generation” play at MRT later and speak after the show.
Friday, Oct 12, 2 p.m., Alumni Hall, One Univ. Ave, North Campus
Physicist David Kaiser will discuss his book “How the Hippies Saved Physics,” which charts the early history of Bell’s theorem and quantum entanglement.