Poetry Readings: Nana Visitor and Rene Auberjonois, Spock Days





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Published on Jun 21, 2014

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine alumni Nana Visitor and Rene Auberjonois travel all the way to a small Canadian town for an annual Star Trek convention: Spock Days in Vulcan, Alberta, Canada. In this series of clips (June 14, 2014) they do readings of selected poems:

Courage by Anne Sexton
The Lanyard by Bill Collins
Just to Feel Human by James Tate
Nana's own poem about her son Buster impacting her life (note: he is a U.S. Marine)
Clara: In the Post Office by Linda Hasselstrom

Vulcan has a population of just over 1800 but the tiny community has applied to CBS Studios to be the official Star Trek capital of Canada. Also joining Nana and Rene were DS9's Chase Masterson and Calgary artist Cameron Farn. Previous event attendees have included (but were not limited to): Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig, Marina Sirtis, Connor Trineer, Garrett Wang, Robert Picardo and Ethan Phillips. This is the community's 22nd event.

More information on Spock Days (now renamed Vul-Con) can be found at the Vulcan Tourism website:


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