Terrance Hayes

poet

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Poet and 2014 recipients of a MacArthur fellowships; 2010 winner of the National Book Award for Poetry for his collection, Lighthead

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Terrance Hayes' newest collection of poetry is a vivid examination of how we see and how we are seen.  How to Be Drawn  is his fifth collection of poetry.

"How to Be Drawn"

Terrance Hayes' newest collection of poetry is a vivid examination of how we see and how we are seen. How to Be Drawn  is his fifth collection of poetry.

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