The Lunch Tray Series: Noontime Poetry at the Library with Tiana Nobile
Last month, Tulane University Libraries (TUL) launched The Lunch Tray Series, a lunch time poetry reading and discussion event series, starting with poet and Tulane professor Karisma Price. This month, TUL is honored to host Tiana Nobile for the second Lunch Tray Series: Noontime Poetry at the Library event on Friday, May 14, 2021 at 12pm. Tiana Nobile will read her own poetry and then engage with attendees in a Q&A session. Register to attend the event here and explore her writing here.
More about Tiana Nobile from her website:
Tiana Nobile is a Korean American adoptee, Kundiman fellow, and recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer's Award. A finalist of the National Poetry Series and Kundiman Poetry Prize, she is the author of CLEAVE (Hub City Press, 2021). Her writing has appeared in Poetry Northwest, The New Republic, Guernica, Southern Cultures, and the Texas Review, among others. Tiana received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, MAT in Elementary and Special Education from the University of New Orleans, and MFA in Poetry from Warren Wilson College. She lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.