David Lee and Nancy Takacs Visit Ken Sanders Rare Books


May 18–Feb 18, 2017, 7:00 pm

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Nancy Takacs is a poet from Wellington, Utah, the recipient of several poetry awards, and professor emeritus at Utah State University Eastern. Her two new books are The Worrier and Red Voice. She has previously published Preserves with City Arts and several beautiful handmade letter-press volumes of poetry by Limberlost Press.

David Lee is known as the pig poet of Paragonah, Utah for his Porcine Canticles. He served as Utah’s first poet laureate and has gone on to publish Last Call, My Town, and many other volumes of poetry. His new book is Bluebonnets, Firewheels, and Brown-Eyed Susans or Poems New and Used from the Bandera Rag and Bone Shop.

Copies of books by both poets will be available for purchase and signing

This event is made possible with support from Ken Sanders Rare Books and Utah Humanities.

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