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Poet Keiselim (Keysi) Montás discusses how to read the traditional Japanese poetic form of haiku, illustrated with works from his haiku collection, Like Water.
About Keiselim (Keysi) A. Montás
Writer Keiselim (Keysi) A. Montás was born in the Dominican Republic and migrated to New York at the age of 16. Keysi moved to the Upper Valley in 2007 to work for Dartmouth College’s Department of Safety and Security, where he currently serves as director. He has published five poetry books, two collections of short stories, and two collections of essays.
Peter Gilbert Endowment Fund
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