Ross Gay

Professor of English and author, University of Indiana in Bloomington

Professor of English at the University of Indiana in Bloomington. He’s the author of “The Book of Delights; Essays” and several books of poetry.

Ross Gay on KCRW

KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian talks with author and filmmaker Jared Brock and Ross Gay, poet and professor of English at Indiana University in Bloomington about living and working in a…

Creative spaces and small delights

KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian talks with author and filmmaker Jared Brock and Ross Gay, poet and professor of English at Indiana University in Bloomington about living and working in a…

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