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Natasha Tretheway: “Enlightenment” Broadside Now Available


[clock] 1-MINUTE READ PUBLISHED: September 13, 2012

Enlightenment by Natasha Tretheway

Tonight, Nathasha Tretheway gives her inaugural reading as U.S. Poet Laureate at the Library of Congress. The Virginia Quarterly Review is proud to mark her appointment by issuing a signed, limited edition broadside of her poem “Enlightenment.”

For a donation of $75 to VQR, of which a portion is tax-deductible, one of the 200 signed and numbered broadsides will be provided, as supplies last. For a donation of $150 to VQR, of which a portion is tax-deductible, one of the twelve lettered broadsides will be provided, as supplies last. To make a donation, e-mail business@vqronline.org or call the VQR offices at (434) 924-3675.

The broadside was printed at the Virginia Arts of the Book Center, Charlottesville, by Kevin McFadden, with an original woodcut by Josef Beery.

You can read Tretheway’s work in VQR’s online archives:

•  Enlightenment, Spring 2012
•  Prodigal II, Fall 2009
•  Exegesis, Fall 2009
•  Believer, Fall 2009
•  Tower, Fall 2009
•  Congregation, Fall 2009
•  Benediction, Fall 2009
•  Prodigal I, Fall 2009
•  Kin, Fall 2009
•  Watcher, Fall 2009
•  Witness, Fall 2009
•  The Gulf: A Meditation on the Mississippi Coast after Katrina, Summer 2008
•  Pilgrimage, Summer 2005
•  Scenes From a Documentary History of Mississippi, Summer 2005
•  On Whitman, Civil War Memory, and My South, Spring 2005
•  Incident, Spring 2004

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Hi Jane, do you have a larger version of the image available please? Having difficulty reading the small text and when I click the image it displays it in the same size.
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