23rd Annual Poets House Showcase Opening Reading

Readings by poets with books in the exhibition open this year's annual Poets House Showcase, a free exhibit featuring all of the new poetry books and poetry-related texts published in the United States in a single year from over 650 commercial, university, and independent presses.

Preceded by the Showcase Opening Reception. Exhibition on view through August 16.

2012: Philip Levine on what inspires him

As part of the Witter Bynner Fellowship Reading with L S Asekoff, poet Philip Levine talks about the sources of his poetic inspiration
(Approx 4 minutes)

2012: L. S. Asekoff and Philip Levine on re-inspiring poets

As part of their Witter Bynner Fellowship reading, poet-teachers L S Asekoff and Philip Levine council a young writer on how to reignite the fires of her poetic inspiration.
(Approx. 5 minutes)

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-scrubbed audio")
(Approx 6 minutes)

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
(Caution: "Un-scrubbed audio")
(Approx 3 1/2 minutes)

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 U.S. Poet Laureate Philip Levine (who selected Asekoff for the fellowship) moderated by Robert Casper, Head of the Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress. Introduction by Poets House's Stephen Motika
(Full Audio, Approx 1 hour, 5 mins)

Literary Partners Program: Red Hen Press at Poets House with William Archila, Jericho Brown, and Dean Kostos

Please join Red Hen Press and poets William Archila, Jericho Brown, and Dean Kostos for an afternoon of poetry and discussion.

Books for sale; reception to follow.

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