Spring symposia closes with poetry reading

Trine University’s spring Humanities Symposia will close with “Poetry to Live By: A Reading by Michael Czarnecki” beginning at 3:30 p.m. April 11 in Taylor Hall’s Wells Theater.

Czarnecki is a poet and the founder of FootHills Publishing, which has released more than 400 chapbooks and books of poetry since 1986. Czarnecki, who has written poetry since 1966, regularly goes on poetry tours throughout the United States, giving readings and conducting workshops.

The Humanities Symposia is free and open to the public. Trine students get CHAT credit for attending. Talks usually last 30 minutes and are followed by a time for questions.

For more information about the Humanities Symposia, contact Sarah Young at youngs@trine.edu or 260.665.4849.