1. Tracy Smith reads from Life on Mars, November 15, 2012 at 92Y. She began: 

    "I often start, kind of preface my readings from this book Life on Mars, by just saying two things. This first is, that, when I was initially thinking about space and the universe, and science fiction as devices, they really were just that, devices. I was trying to figure out a way of finding a different kind of distance from the kinds of topics I find myself drawn towards. At the simplest level, they’re basically questions of why we do the things that we do to one another.” 

    Watch the full reading above. 

    Related: the deadline for our “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Contest is this Friday! Submit your work! Find out more

    See upcoming readings at 92Y Poetry, featuring W. S. Merwin, Heather McHugh and Bob Hicok, as well as special events celebrating Poetry Magazine and Shakespeare

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