The poet Charles Potts returned to Utah earlier this month to dedicate the transfer of his voluminous writings to USU. Besides workshops and readings at USU, he also gave a public reading arranged by the Helicon West group at the Free Aggie Cafe in Logan.
Personally, I think Potts is the most important American poet of his generation. Hopefully, now that his archives are at USU, more people will become aware of his work. I recorded the Free Aggie reading... here are a couple of the poems from this reading.
Lina Wertmuller... from his time in SLC.
Thanks to Star Coulbrooke and Brad Cole, amongst others, for making this event possible.