Lemon Andersen; Mahogany L. Browne, photo by Sachyn Mital; Alex Tyree; Sean Malcolm
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Brooklyn’s own Mahogany L. Browne, a prolific writer and avid advocate for public art, is Lincoln Center’s inaugural poet-in-residence. Browne has written works of fiction, stage plays and critical essays, edited six anthologies, and authored another half-dozen poetry collections. For her Seen, Sound, Scribe series, Browne curates thought-provoking evenings of spoken word, spirited conversation, and presentations of new work. Tonight's installation features Lemon Andersen, Sean Malcolm, and Alex Tyree.

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