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Dao Strom Reading

March 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Free
View Venue Website, 1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201 + Google Map

Dao Strom is an artist who works with three “voices”—written, sung, visual—to explore hybridity and the intersection of personal and collective histories. She is the author of the poetry collection, Instrument (Fonograf Editions), and its musical companion, Traveler’s Ode (Antiquated Future Records); a bilingual poetry-art book, You Will Always Be Someone From Somewhere Else (Hanoi: AJAR Press); a memoir, We Were Meant To Be a Gentle People, and song cycle, East/West; and two books of fiction, The Gentle Order of Girls and Boys (Counterpoint Press) and Grass Roof, Tin Roof (Mariner Books). Her work has received support from the Creative Capital Foundation, Oregon Arts Commission, NEA, and others. She was a 2020 Oregon Literary Arts Career Fellowship recipient. Born in Vietnam, Strom grew up in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California and lives in Portland, Oregon. She is co-founder and director of two collective art projects, She Who Has No Master(s), and De-Canon.

www.daostrom.com / IG, Twitter: @herandthesea

Location: SMSU 294
Proof of vaccination and masks required
This event is free and open to the public

Venue

PSU – Smith Memorial Student Union
1825 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97201
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Phone:
503-725-2663
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Organizer

PSU Creative Writing Program
Email:
eng@pdx.edu
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