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The rich and the poor, the aware and the unaware, the passionate and the hypocritical—they’re all given voice in Zaher’s poems.
The fifth annual APRIL festival will demonstrate a few signs of maturity. For one thing, the early-evening happy-hour readings that used to be an integral part of the festival experience have disappeared.
Constructed from poems, chunks of prose, sheet music, photographs, collage, and even the script for an opera, Hardly War is unlike anything you’ve ever seen.