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SANDUSKY, OH – Art & Culture | Poetry Video | “The Winter Rain”

March 23, 2010

In this video Larry Smith reads “The Winter Rain” by Wendell Berry from The Selected Poems of Wendell Berry, published by Counterpoint, 1999. This reading took place in downtown Sandusky at Citizens Bank during one, of many, snow storms for 2010. The video location will remain undisclosed, but we’re sure some will recognize its whereabouts.


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Larry Smith is a professor emeritus at BGSU Firelands College and director of The Firelands Writing Center. A native of the Ohio River Valley, he now lives along the shores of Lake Erie. He is the author of eight books of poetry, four books of fiction,and two literary biographies. He and his wife Ann are two of the founders of the Converging Paths Meditation Center in Sandusky. See: Larry Smith’s Homepage.


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