COLUMBIA — Tim Seibles has invented narrative and written prose since childhood, but he didn't come to fully identify as a poet until college. While attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Seibles went to a workshop held by then-faculty member and poet Michael Ryan. Ryan read poetry that did more than leave a passing impression on Seibles — it "knocked him out."
Tim Seibles strives to build poetry fans with his readings
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