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Poetry Reading: Family Addiction. Răzvan Țupa & Christina Thatcher

Come along to a free poetry reading and conversation on family, addiction, loss, and recovery. Featuring poets Răzvan Țupa and Christina Thatcher. Răzvan Ţupa Among the most important Romanian literary figures who began publishing after 2000, a decade after the fall of communism, Răzvan Ţupa is a prime example of his own critique of ‘the problem of generations’ remarked upon in a 2007 entry on his then-website, romanianbodies.blogspot.com: ‘the usage of the term . . . proved to work against the personal mark of each writer.’ Ţupa's stylistic signature is poetry that comes across as experimental, resistant of linguistic formulas and characterized by his interest in 'relational poetics'. His work has been cited by Ian Irvine Hobson as instrumental in promoting the theoretical dimensions of poetry as, in Ţupa's own words, 'a viable tool in interpersonal and social communication and analysis'. Tupa's books of poetry all develop from this 'relational' perspective.  Citeşte tot articolul