College of Arts and Sciences News
Traveling Stanzas in the new KSU Poetry ParkPosted Jul. 31, 2014
Traveling Stanzas posters will be on display year-round in the beautiful and unique Kent State University poetry park located next to the Wick Poetry Center on the Lefton Esplanade. The Wick Poetry Center has a new home in the recently renovated May Prentice house just a few steps off of Lincoln Street. Next to the Center, visitors can enjoy poetry readings, a sculpture gallery and Traveling Stanzas designs while walking the paths or just sitting and enjoying the surroundings.
Celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the Wick Poetry Center and the dedication of the May Prentice House and Poetry Park on the Leston Esplanade September 25–27, 2014. All events are free and open to the public.
Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize Reading
with Mark Doty and Oliver Bendorf
7:30 pm in the Kiva Auditorium
Dedication of the May Prentice House and Poetry Park
with President Beverly Warren
10 am on the Lester A. Lefton Esplanade
Open House and Reception Immediately Following
Wick Alumni Poetry Readings
Starting at Noon in the May Prentice House