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2016: Robin Coste Lewis reads "Boarding The Voyage"

Robin Coste Lewis reads her lyrical craft essay "Boarding The Voyage" on the background to and creation of the title poem of her National Book Award winning collection

2016: Robin Coste Lewis reads three poems from 'The Voyage of the Sable Venus'

Robin Coste Lewis reads and discusses the poems "Glinda the Good," Félicité," and "Plantation" from her 2015 National Book Award winning collection The Voyage of the Sable Venu

2016: An Afternoon with Bernadette Mayer (Full Audio)

Author of more than twenty volumes of poetry and prose Bernadette Mayer reads from Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words: The Collected Early Books of Bernadette Mayer, a

2016: Metamorphosis: The Collaboration of Poet Barbara Guest and Artist Fay Lansner (Full Audio)

Exhibition curator Erica Lansner and poet and critic Raphael Rubinstein discuss the lives and collaborations between poet and artist at the opening of the exhibiti

2015: Passwords: Miriam Nichols on Robin Blaser (Full Audio)

Scholar Miriam Nichols discusses the literary legacy of San Francisco Renaissance poet Robin Blaser and plays excerpts from The Astonishment Tapes, Blaser's 1974 autobiogr

2015: Autobiography of a Book with Lynn Emanuel

Focusing on the structure of Langston Hughes' Selected Poems, and other works by other poets and novelists with whom she has had a lifelong obsession, Lynn Emanuel looks a

2015: Iowa International Writing Program Reading

Christopher Merrill, Director of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, introduces visiting poets Johanna Aitchison (New Zealand), An

2015: Library Symposium at Poets House - Collections, Curators, and Community

Nancy Kuhl, curator of poetry for the Yale Collection of American Literature at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Shannon Mattern, Associate Professor

2015: Library Symposium at Poets House - Susan Howe in conversation with Nancy Kuhl

Bollingen Prize-winning poet and author of My Emily Dickinson Susan Howe, discusses the many libraries and archives that have gone into her artistic practice with Beinecke

Liwaa Yazji on being a poet

Syrian playwright, poet, and filmmaker Liwaa Yazji discusses how she became a poet, and the 'deep well' it provides for her other critical work as part of her program