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May 26, 2009

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May 26, 2009

Featuring the best of Italy's experimental and emergent poets, this panel and reading introduce a diverse array of new voices to U.S. readers.

May 15, 2009

May 15, 2009

6:30pm: A panel with Dodie Bellamy, Samuel Delaney, Peter Gizzi, Kevin Killian & Jennifer Moxley

May 12, 2009

Jack Gilbert
May 12, 2009

This event honors Jack Gilbert, whose "poems of savage compassion" (James Dickey) have forged a distinctive, solitary path across the landscape of American poetry for more than fou

April 23, 2009

April 23, 2009

Acquainted with Henri Michaux, Hans Bellmer and various members of the Parisian circle of Surrealists, Unica Zürn (1916-1970) broke ground with her own anagrammatic poetry, expressionistic prose an

April 17, 2009

Stephen Dunn
April 17, 2009

In tribute to Stephen Dunn's 70th birthday and the publication of his latest book, What Goes On: Selected and New Poems: 1995-2009, Laure-Anne Bosselaar,

April 13, 2009

April 13, 2009

This reading of Constantine P Cavafy's (1863-1933) elegiac, modernist poetry will feature new translations by essayist Daniel Mendelsohn, including the first English-language renderings of the poet

April 05, 2009

Samuel Menashe
April 05, 2009

Recipient of the first Neglected Masters award from the Poetry Foundation, Samuel Menashe gives a recital of his poetry and discusses his life and work

March 12, 2009

Reginald Shepherd
March 12, 2009

A beloved and admired poet, critic and teacher, Reginald Shepherd (1963-2008) inspired many with his passionate commitment to poetry, an art he viewed as inextricably connected to history, politics

February 14, 2009

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February 14, 2009

From the perspectives of archivist, curator, editor, scholar and translator, a diverse group of poets - Catherine Bowman, Nancy Kuhl, Geoffrey O’Brien

February 08, 2009

Elizabeth Bishop
February 08, 2009

In this talk, award-winning poet Vijay Seshadri examines the origins and scope of Elizabeth Bishop’s visionary poetry, her paradoxical relationship to the religious traditions that

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