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October 28, 2009

Collected Poems of Thom Gunn book cover
October 28, 2009

A reading with Alfred Corn, Elaine Equi, Wendy Lesser, Robert Pinsky, Robert Polito, Tom Sleigh

October 27, 2009

Thom Gunn
October 27, 2009

Poets John Peck and Brian Teare discuss the formal precision and bold subject matter of British poet Thom Gunn (1929–2004), who found his poetic voice during the f

October 24, 2009

SUDDeN ORPHeUS - Three Ghosts
October 24, 2009

In Sudden Orpheus, an avant-garde puppet-theater piece for adults, puppeteer Ariel Goldberger and poet Leonard Schwartz explore the frontier between poetr

October 23, 2009

SUDDeN ORPHeUS - Three Ghosts
October 23, 2009

In Sudden Orpheus, an avant-garde puppet-theater piece for adults, puppeteer Ariel Goldberger and poet Leonard Schwartz explore the frontier between poetr

October 20, 2009

John Felstiner
October 20, 2009

Through lively readings of great poems, from the Psalms to Gary Snyder, scholar and translator John Felstiner demonstrates how poetry can sensitize us to the beauty and vu

October 16, 2009

David Bromige
October 16, 2009

This evening celebrates the life and work of poet David Bromige (1933–2009), who was born in London, grew up in Canada, and arrived in 1962 in Northern California, where he spent t

October 14, 2009

Régis Bonvicino
October 14, 2009

Charles Bernstein speaks with Brazilian poet and editor Régis Bonvicino about contemporary Brazilian poetry, translation and, more generally, the poetics of the Am

October 07, 2009

Richard Howard
October 07, 2009

On the eve of his 80th birthday, Richard Howard—Pulitzer Prize–winning poet, essayist and translator—reads from his poetry and discusses his long career in literature with poet

October 06, 2009

Norman Fischer
October 06, 2009

Poet and translator Norman Fischer joins Meredith Monk for a discussion of the Psalms, one of the inspirations for Monk’s new performance, Songs of As

September 25, 2009

September 25, 2009

Join us for this blowout celebration on our new "front lawn," Nelson A.

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