Poetry: A Vaccine for Pain and Suffering

(Recorded Live on May 19, 2020, at 2 pm AZ time)

As we all struggle to cope with the realities brought about by our current global pandemic, join Wick Poetry Center Director David Hassler of Kent State University for a discussion about the healing power of poetry and how we all can unlock it in our everyday lives. LEARN MORE




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