The Austin poet reads a poem inspired by the artwork of Surrealist Man Ray.
By Cindy HuyserApril 29, 2016 9:11 am| Arts & Culture, Houston Public Media
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Poet, photographer and software engineer, Cindy Huyser, resides in Austin, Texas. She reads an ekphrastic poem, which she wrote after seeing the collage, “How to Write a Poem” by Man Ray.
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Audio produced by Catherine Lu.
Man Ray's collage ``How To Write A Poem`` was the inspiration for this poem.
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