Fiona Sampson: Virtual Poetry Reading and Lecture

The Armstrong Browning Library & Museum and the Beall Poetry Festival welcome Fiona Sampson, professor emerita of the University of Roehampton, for a virtual reading of her internationally heralded poetry and a lecture based on her recently released Two-Way Mirror: The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

Fiona Sampson: Virtual Poetry Reading and Lecture

Poetry Reading
September 15, 2021 - 3:00 p.m. CDT

Zoom Credentials for Wednesday, Sept. 15
https://baylor.zoom.us/j/86771859855?pwd=Zjg0a0NHcFNEM0tFMkVQUkJMWGdwQT09
Webinar ID: 867 7185 9855
Passcode: 910709

Two-Way Mirror Presentation
September 16, 2021 - 3:00 p.m. CDT

Zoom Credentials for Thursday, Sept. 16
https://baylor.zoom.us/j/81706296599?pwd=ME9taDhHOTBPTmM1R1FQTFlicGpKdz09
Webinar ID: 817 0629 6599
Passcode: 284457

Baylor CAE Credit Available
Poetry Reading (Sept. 15) | Elizabeth Barrett Browning Lecture (Sept. 16)

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Sampson is the author of twenty-eight books of poetry and nonfiction, and recipient of numerous national and international honors. Her insightful new book, Two-Way Mirror: The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, is the first biography of Barrett Browning published in over thirty years.

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