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March 07, 2001

March 07, 2001

In the words of Carol Conroy, the memorization of a poem invokes "all the myriad acts of attention that create a poem.

March 09, 2001

March 09, 2001

In the fertile margins where genres not only intersect but are re-imagined, authors of poetic fictions expand the definitions of poetry, biography and fiction.

April 11, 2001

April 11, 2001

In the words of Carol Conroy, the memorization of a poem invokes "all the myriad acts of attention that create a poem.

Stanley Kunitz
April 11, 2001

A reading and celebration of the life and work of U.S. Poet Laureate and Poets House co-founder Stanley Kunitz

April 13, 2001

April 13, 2001

Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney initiates an annual program on the art of translation.

April 14, 2001

April 14, 2001

Longtime friends Marie Howe and Michael Klein discuss the role of memory in poetry and memoir, and the intersections of the two forms in their writing.

April 26, 2001

May 01, 2001

Decreation book cover, Poetry Talks, Poetry NYC
May 01, 2001

Poet Anne Carson discusses the life and work of three women featured in her recent libretto Decreation—the ancient Greek lyric poet Sappho; Marguerite Porete, the 13th cen

May 05, 2001

May 10, 2001

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