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Nguyen Phan Que Mai and Bruce Weigl read "The Poem I Can't Yet Name"

Nguyen Phan Que Mai discusses Vietnam's history and her family's connection to the Great Hunger of 1945, background to her "The Poem I Can't Yet Name." Co-translator Bruce

2015: Creating the Future: Art and Climate Change with Alison Hawthorne Deming (Full Audio)

Poet and essayist Alison Hawthorne Deming discusses writing in the era of climate change – how we must join the sensual texture and discernment of poetry with the critical content

2014: Poetry & Memoir with Nick Flynn, Sarah Manguso and Meghan O’Rourke (Full Audio)

Acclaimed cross-genre writers Nick Flynn, Sarah Manguso, and Meghan O’Rourke address questions of how poetry and memoir tell different kinds of tr

2014: Dispatches: Poetry and Reportage with Eliza Griswold (Full Audio)

Journalist, poet, and New York Times bestselling author Eliza Griswold, speaks on the intersections and overlap of her reportage and poetry, exemplified by her most recent

2014: Eliza Griswold on the Landay

Eliza Griswold, author of the poetry and photography compilation I Am the Beggar of the World: Landays from Contemporary Afghanistan discusses the form, content and import

2014: Teacups Filled with Snow - Writing Poetry for Children & Young Adults with Matthea Harvey and Marilyn Nelson (Full Audio)

Matthea Harvey and Marilyn Nelson, leading poets and writers for children and young adults respectively, discuss how their poetic practices include and are influen

2014: The Proper Stuff of Fiction: The Poet's Novel with Laynie Browne (Full Audio)

Poet and novelist Laynie Browne examines the erratic, hybrid and often elusive form of the poet’s novel, a text which uniquely traverses boundaries between genres.

2014: A Reading by Iowa International Writing Program Resident Poets

Andra Rotaru (Romania), Chen Li (Taiwan), Ali Cobby Eckermann (Aboriginal from Australia), Yeow Kai Chai (Singapore), and

2014: J.D. McClatchy on The Poet as Librettist

Award-winning poet J.D. McClatchy discusses the relationship between his poetic practice and his work as a librettist.

2014: To Be Fair: Stephen Burt on Poetry & Criticism (Full Audio)

“One of the most influential poetry critics of his generation” (New York Times), Harvard professor Stephen Burt discusses the paradoxical, conflicting role of the poet-cri