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May 08, 2003

May 08, 2003

May 09, 2003

Jorge Luis Borges
May 09, 2003

Alastair Reid discusses the impact of Argentina's outstanding man of letters, Jorge Luis Borges, on the writers of the last century.

May 12, 2003

May 12, 2003

September 13, 2003

September 13, 2003

Inspired by the People’s Poetry Gathering, this festival brings together world-renowned international poets living in the New York area - including Huang Xiang, Jyotirmoy

September 23, 2003

David Antin
September 23, 2003

Internationally known for his “talk pieces”— improvisational blends of comedy, story and social commentary that have been described as a mix of Mark Twain and Gertrude Stein, poet David Ant

October 09, 2003

October 09, 2003

What is political poetry in the 21st century, and who is its audience? How do form and language play a part in poetry that examines the conflicts of our time?

October 19, 2003, October 20, 2003

Stanley Kunitz
October 19, 2003, October 20, 2003

Stanley Kunitz will read from his work and take part in a discussion.

Stanley Kunitz
October 19, 2003, October 20, 2003

Stanley Kunitz will read from his work and take part in a discussion.

October 26, 2003

Alistair Paterson
October 26, 2003

Alistair Paterson, editor of Poetry New Zealand, one of New Zealand’s leading poetry magazines, travels to New York to present the magazine to new audiences and to meet po

October 28, 2003

October 28, 2003

For the past 28 years, Clayton Eshleman has been investigating Ice-Age paintings and engravings found in caves in southwestern France.

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