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 Omar Pérez (Cuba), five poets currently in residence at the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, share their work and discuss their experiences as writers. Introduced by International Writing Program Residency Coordinator Kathleen Maris.
(Full Audio, Approx 1 hour)

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.
(Full Audio, Approx. 1 hour)

Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

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 publishing, explores the ways in which book-making shapes culture, and imagines the future of literary publishing and independent presses.
(Full Audio, Approx 1 hour)

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. The Leopard, McClatchy’s libretto for a new opera based on the novel by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa is currently in development at American Opera Projects.
(Approximately 45 mins)

2014: Valeria Luiselli reads "Selected Poems"

Novelist and essayist Valeria Luiselli reads Selected Poems a meditation on the city, the influence of the human landscape and poetry on her work, and her month-long residency in the Poets House archives. Introduced by Jay Peterson of Coffee House Press
(Approx. 30 mins.)

Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

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-critic.
(Full Audio, Approx. 1 hour 15 mins.)

Part of Other Impulses: Poets Writing Across Genres

Literary Partners Program: Book Release for Amarillo Grande by Adriana R. Harris

Please join poet Adriana R. Harris in celebrating the release of her new book, Amarillo Grande (Wild Yellow).

Books available for sale at the reading. Reception to follow.

This event is made possible through the Poets House Literary Partners Program

Literary Partners Program: Mr. Hip Presents Poetry Series

Mr. Hip Presents, Boston’s most engaging poetry reading series and finalist for #BestInBoston, makes its way back to New York City for an evening of poetry spoken-word, and live music after packing the Poets House for their first ever #MrHipNYC event. Come join Donald Vincent aka Mr. Hip and enjoy a wonderful evening of poetry and music from some of the coolest poets currently dwindling in New York City and beyond. Come see how we make poetry hip.

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