with Katia Mitova and Stella Vinitchi Radulescu
June 6, 1:30 PM
Seminary Co-op Bookstore
5751 S Woodlawn, Chicago (Hyde Park)
From by Natasha Persaud’s review of The Butterfly’s Choice in Vine Leaves Literary Journal:
Joanne Kurowska, author of The Butterfly’s Choice, creates images that stir the imagination to question the world around us. While I find poetry sometimes hard to connect with as it reads and speaks differently to each reader, these fifty-poems are packed with intensity. There is a physical lure to her poetry as it sits on the blank page, a cryptic, philosophical, and striking breath of fresh air that is swept in by her musings on life, death, and growth. More interesting is that reading this work of poetry requires work. The poems beauty is equaled to its depth.
Reading and reflections about poetry, emigration, and switching languages.
a bi-lingual event; free admission