Betsy’s Muse, Hyam Plutzik, honored at Trinity College

The Betsy’s poetry muse, Hyam Plutzik, was honored yesterday at Trinity College Watkinson Library.  Here, we would like to share a post from “The Bibliophile’s Lair”, a blog managed by the Watkinson.

“Yesterday we formally opened the exhibition on “Hyam Plutzik ’32, American Poet,” featuring a reading of selected poems by Plutzik by Ciaran Berry (Assistant Professor of English), Clare Rossini (Artist-in-Residence), Dick Allen (Connecticut’s Poet Laureate), and Trinity students Diana Lestz ’13 and Cassie Spittel ’13.  All of the readers also read one of their own poems in Plutzik’s honor.

The exhibition was curated by Ed Moran, literary adviser to the Plutzik family, and most of the material was generously lent by the University of Rochester, although some artifacts (like Plutzik’s fishing gear) were lent by the family.

Associate Curator Sally Dickinson and staffer Henry Arneth were instrumental in the installation of the exhibit, which will be on display through the end of May, so that those who come to campus for Commencement will be able to view a slice of the life and work of this accomplished Trinity alum who died well before his time.

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Visit the blog for the original posting.  You can learn more about Hyam Plutzik and experience some of his poetry by visiting http://hyamplutzikpoetry.com.