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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

2013: Toothpaste & Coffee House: Change and Continuity (Full Audio)

Informed by his 40-year career in publishing, Allan Kornblum, legendary founder and publisher of both Coffee House Press and Toothpaste Press, examines the history of poetry publis

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: Witter Bynner Fellowship Reading with L. S. Asekoff and Philip Levine (Full Audio)

Poet L S Asekoff, co-recipient of the Library of Congress’s 15th annual Witter Bynner Fellowship in poetry, reads from his work followed by a conversation and Q & A with former

2012: Philip Levine on contemporary Detroit

As part of the Witter Bynner Fellowship Reading with L S Asekoff, poet Philip Levine talks candidly about the changes to his hometown of Detroit, Michigan
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2012: Philip Levine on teaching poetry

As part of the Witter Bynner Fellowship Reading with L S Asekoff, poet Philip Levine talks candidly about being a student of great teachers, and his experiences as a teacher himself (Caution: "Un-s