Thursday, June 10, 2010

The student becomes the teacher... a WCU Poetry Conference first: former conference attendee, now accomplished poet Rhina Espaillat delivers the keynote reading on Wednesday, June 10.

Part One: Dana Gioia introduces Rhina Espaillat

Part Two: Rhina Espaillat considers the "Yenta"

Part Three: Rhina Espaillat reads selected poems

For the complete and higher quality audio recording of readings, check out in a few weeks, when an audio podcast will be posted. Last year's readings are currently available.


  1. Anonymous7:48 AM

    The practice when a student becomes a teacher is pretty well-known. If a student bought an essay from a website that is advertised in the article, then it is unlikely that he will have the urge to become a teacher. But other students can become teachers.

  2. Anonymous7:48 AM

    It is not unusual for a student to become a teacher. As for me, students who do not use services such as the service advertised in the article can become teachers. Because they clearly have a thirst for knowledge.