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2013: Emerging Poets Fellowship Reading, hosted by Jen Bervin (Full Audio)

A reading by the 10 poets in Poets House’s second annual Emerging Poets Fellowship program: Mahogany Browne, Jessica Elsaesser, Paul Hlava,

2013: May Swenson Centennial Tribute (Full Audio)

In celebration of the centenary of May Swenson’s birth, this reading showcases the breadth of her poetic output—from nature poems displaying her keen observation of wildlife, to exuberant, erotic l

2013: Sekou Sundiata - Citizen Poet (Full Audio)

A conversation and book-signing to celebrate the publication of the retrospective catalog Blink Your Eyes: Sekou Sundiata Revisited.

2013: Passwords: Lisa Jarnot on Robert Duncan (Full Audio)

Poet, biographer Lisa Jarnot (Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus, 2012), will map out the varied intersections of Robert Duncan’s library, his bookishness and his en

2013: Panel on Native Narratology with Santee Frazier, Allison Hedge Coke & Roberta Hill (Full Audio)

Presentations and a discussion on Native American Narratology with poets Santee Frazier, Allison Hedge Coke & Roberta Hill, part of

2013: Craft Presentations and Discussion with Jennifer Foerster, Maurice Kenny, Cedar Sigo & James Thomas Stevens (Full Audio)

Presentations on Poetic Craft and a discussion with Native American poets Jennifer Foerster, Maurice Kenny, Cedar Sigo & James Thomas

2012: Marjorie Perloff on John Cage (Full Audio)

Renowned scholar and critic Marjorie Perloff discusses American composer and music theorist John Cage (1912-1992), exploring his poetic texts, and looking at his role as a central

2012: Russian Masters: The Life and Work of Osip Mandelstam and Marina Tsvetaeva (Full Audio)

Poet Jean Valentine, co-translator of Dark Elderberry Branch: Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, and poet and editor Christian Wiman, translator of Stolen Air

2012: Poetry Slam? Or Slam Poetry? with Mahogany L. Browne, Taylor Mali, James Merenda & Jeanann Verlee (Full Audio)

Mahogany Browne, Taylor Mali, James Merenda and Jeanann Verlee, representatives from three of New York City’s most prominent poet

2012: Aaron Shurin on the Craft of Poetry (Full Audio)

San Francisco poet Aaron Shurin considers the question “What is prosody?” in light of the current movement away from meter and traditional forms, exploring some of the ways in whic