A local poet and teacher at the University of Arkansas at Monticello announced the release of his new book.
Robert Moore, an associate professor of English commonly known as "red hawk," released love and death from the painful regurgitations of movies in his fifth book, "Wreckage with a Beating Heart."
"This book is a detailed description of what is dying inside of me so that love can live," Moore said.
Red hawk will premier his new book of poems May 16 at 7 p.m. in the Arkansas Reparatory Theatre, located at 601 Main St., in Little Rock, Ark. Ticket costs are from $25 to $50. All profits will be donated to support the work of Hospice of Arkansas.
Also joining red hawk will be Coleman Barks, along with the musical accompaniment of David Dasling (cello) and Glen Velez (hand drum), reading his interpretations of 13th-century Persian poet, Jelabuddin Rumi.
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