2014: Robert Kocik’s "Ubiquitous Dividend"

The Commons Choir, co-directed by Robert Kocik and Daria Faïn, with composer(s) Ben Barson and Gizelxanath Rodriguez, perform an investigative musical called the "Ubiquitous Dividend" —a mix of speech, movement, reparative tones and tunes arguing that generosity and evenly shared material prosperity are intrinsic to who we are, with poets Brenda Iijima, Andrew Levy, and Lee Ann Brown, and performers

2014: Maria Hassabi, Paolo Javier, and Kaneza Schaal in conversation

Working in dance, poetry, and theater respectively, the work of Maria Hassabi, Paolo Javier, and Kaneza Schaal blurs the lines between disciplines in varying ways. In conjunction with the site-based presentation of Maria Hassabi’s dance performance PREMIERE at Bowling Green, they come together in a conversation about the role of and relationship between word, image, and movement across disciplines.
(Full Audio, approx. 1 hour)

2014: Octavio Paz Centennial Celebration

Hosted and introduced by writer and translator Eliot Weinberger, poets Kristin Prevallet, María Baranda, Idra Novey, Roberto Tejada, Nathalie Handal, Monica de la Torre, and Coral Bracho, read from the work of essayist, diplomat, and Nobel Laureate Octavio Paz (1914-1998), and talk about his influence on them and their own work.
(Full audio, Approx 1 hour)

Literary Partners Program: Book launch of Selected Poems by Paul Violi

Please join Gingko Press in celebrating the publication of Selected Poems by Paul Violi

About Selected Poems (1970 – 2007)
This book presents a definitive selection of the poems that Paul Violi (1944 – 2011) published in his lifetime, as selected by his close friends and colleagues, Charles North and Tony Towle. Violi is often associated with the “second generation” of the New York school of poetry.

About Paul Violi

2002: Eileen Miles on Poetry and Feminism

Poet Eileen Miles discusses the gender-related challenges (and aims) for today’s writers and readers of poetry as part of the panel What’s Feminism Got to Do with It? Gender, Poetry and Everyday Life in the 21st Century
(Full audio, approx. 20 mins)

2002: Erica Hunt on Poetry and Feminism

Poet Erica Hunt discusses the gender-related challenges (and aims) for today’s writers and readers of poetry as part of the panel What’s Feminism Got to Do with It? Gender, Poetry and Everyday Life in the 21st Century
(Full audio, approx. 25 mins)

2002: Brenda Hillman on Poetry and Feminism

Poet Brenda Hillman discusses the gender-related challenges (and aims) for today’s writers and readers of poetry as part of the panel What’s Feminism Got to Do with It? Gender, Poetry and Everyday Life in the 21st Century
(Full audio, approx. 15 mins)

2002: Stanley Kunitz reads "Boris Pasternak" by Anna Akhmatova

Poets House co-founder Stanley Kunitz reads his translation of Russian poet Anna Akhmatova's poem "Boris Pasternak" at CUNY Graduate Center as part of Stanley Kunitz on Anna Akhmatova

2002: Alicia Ostriker on Poetry and Feminism

Poet Alicia Ostriker discusses the gender-related challenges (and aims) for today’s writers and readers of poetry as part of the panel What’s Feminism Got to Do with It? Gender, Poetry and Everyday Life in the 21st Century
(Full audio, approx. 15 mins)

1998: Alice Quinn on The Future of Poetry Publishing

New Yorker Poetry Editor Alice Quinn discusses what the future may hold for poets, publishers and poetry audiences as part of the 1998 Future of Poetry Publishing Panel
(Full audio, Approx. 15 mins)

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