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Comparative Literature & English

Poetry Reading: Ben and Sandra Doller

University Room: Omid & Gisel Kordestani Rooftop Conference Center (Q-801)
Wednesday, April 3, 2024 - 17:00

Please join us for an evening of readings by Ben and Sandra Doller at The American University of Paris. If you have questions about the event, write to

Ben Doller is the author of four books of poems: Radio, Radio (LSU Press, selected for the Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets by Susan Howe), FAQ: (Ahsahta Press, 2009), Dead Ahead (Fence Books), and Fauxhawk (Wesleyan University Press). With Sandra Doller, he has published two collaborative books, including Sonneteers (Éditions Eclipse) and The Yesterday Project (Sidebrow Books). He is Associate Professor in the Literary Arts Program at UC San Diego.


Sandra Doller is the author of several books of poetry and poetry-adjacent things. Her newest book, Not Now Now, is forthcoming from Rescue Press, and a translation by Éric Suchère of her collection Années Hommes is forthcoming from Éditions LansKine. Doller is the founder of 1913 a journal of forms/1913 Press, where she remains l'éditrice-in-chief. The recipient of various honors including the Paul Engle-James Michener Fellowship and the Anomalous Press Translation Prize, she lives in the USA, for now.


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