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2010: A Mirror for the Twentieth Century: An Evening with Adonis (Full Audio)

Born in Syria in 1930, Adonis is one of the most revered and influential poets of the Arabic-speaking world.

2008: Kay Ryan reads ‘Expectations’

Kay Ryan reads her poem ‘Expectations’ as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

Recorded in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, June 18, 2008

2008: Kay Ryan reads ‘Atlas’

Kay Ryan reads her poem ‘Atlas’ as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

Recorded in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, June 18, 2008

2008: Kay Ryan reads ‘Stardust’

Kay Ryan reads her poem ‘Stardust’ as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

Recorded in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, June 18, 2008

2008: Kay Ryan reads ‘Reverse Drama’

Kay Ryan reads her poem ‘Reverse Drama’ as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

Recorded in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, June 18, 2008

2008: Kay Ryan reads ‘Green Behind the Ears’

Kay Ryan reads her poem ‘Green Behind the Ears’ as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

Recorded in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park, June 18, 2008

2008: Kay Ryan ‘The Niagara River’

Kay Ryan reads the title poem from her collection The Niagara River as part of Poetic City: A Poets House Celebration.

2008: George Oppen Centennial Reading (Full Audio)

Readings by Stephen Cope, Thom Donovan, Norman Finkelstein, Peter Gizzi, E.

2008: The Shape of Disclosure: George Oppen Centennial Symposium Panel One (Full Audio)

"Biographical-Historical Continuum" panel, moderated by Michael Heller, featuring Stephen Cope on Oppen's diaries and journals, Norman Finkelstein

2007: Jane Hirshfield - Bashō and the Immensities of Image (Full Audio)

In this talk, Jane Hirshfield explores the poet Matsuo Bashō’s life and teachings, the inner workings of haiku, and the poems themselves, revealing both the continuing usefulness a