Poem

Open Spaces
4:01 pm
Fri May 31, 2013

Poem: “Wild, Wild East: Finding Hints of Asia in the West”

LuLing Osofsky

As a graduate student in UW’s Creative Writing Program, LuLing Osofsky was fascinated by the various ways she saw Indian culture present in Laramie. South Asian students celebrated traditional festivals on campus, and the town had a good place to get curry. She writes about experiencing these pockets of India in her series of vignettes called “Wild Wild East: Finding Hints of Asia in the West.”

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Open Spaces
4:01 pm
Fri February 22, 2013

UW MFA graduate LuLing Osofsky reads her poem, “The Pines”

LuLing Osofsky is a graduate of U-W’s graduate program in creative writing. She writes poetry and essays on topics as disparate as Jewish boxers who fought during the Holocaust and being Chinese in mostly white Wyoming. She graduated in 2012. This is poem called The Pines. 

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Open Spaces
4:15 pm
Fri November 16, 2012

Poem: “Devils Tower”

University of Wyoming PhD student, budding ecologist and writer Kristen Gunther reads her poem, “Devils  Tower.”

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Open Spaces
3:19 pm
Fri November 2, 2012

Poem: “Old Carbon, Wyoming”

The Carbon Cemetery today.
Credit Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office

Writer Lori Howe readers her poem, “Old Carbon, Wyoming.”

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