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Bat Bridge Poetry

Tucson-based poets offer poems to the non-human inhabitants of the North Campbell Street Bridge.

Tucson-based poets Brandon Shimoda and Dot Devota explore the North Campbell Street Bridge and offer poems to its non-human inhabitants. At dusk, the shadows of the bridge emerge in the form of thousands of bats.

Producer/Editor: David Fenster Videographers: Gage Judd, Robert Lindberg, David Fenster

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