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April 09, 2011

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

Star Black
April 09, 2011

In this course, students explore the following forms: sonnet, sestina, pantoum, villanelle, haiku, epistle, elegy, light verse, visual poem, exquisite corpse, concrete poem and “found” poem.

April 05, 2011

Paolo Javier
April 05, 2011

Poets and artists have long turned to the modern cartoon strip as a source for innovation.

Paolo Javier
April 05, 2011

Poets and artists have long turned to the modern cartoon strip as a source for innovation.

April 26, 2011

Mohammed Bennis
Reading
April 26, 2011

Born in 1948 in Fez, Morocco, internationally acclaimed poet and professor of Arabic poetry Mohammed Bennis reads from his work and discusses his life in poetry with translator and

April 06, 2011

April 06, 2011

In this workshop, students write poems out of the overlappings of poetry and music, among other art forms, and look at the work of Ken Nordine, Woody Guthrie, Lewis Carroll, William Burroughs and o

April 28, 2011

Kewulay Kamara
Reading
April 28, 2011

Joined by West African Jali musicians, Kewulay Kamara discusses, performs and screens segments for his documentary about his attempt to recreate an ancient oral epic after the only

April 29, 2011

Ernesto Cardenal, Poetry Readings, Poetry NYC
April 29, 2011

Nicaraguan poet Ernesto Cardenal, one of the great poets of Latin America and "a major epic-historical poet" (Allen Ginsberg) shares his poems and talks about his life with his Eng

Barbara Henning and Harryette Mullen
April 29, 2011

In celebration of the release of Looking Up Harryette Mullen: Interviews onSleeping with the Dictionary and other works, Harryette Mullen speaks about her playfu

April 30, 2011

Harryette Mullen
April 30, 2011

The acclaimed author of Sleeping with the Dictionary reads with two new poetry talents.

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