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April 16, 2005

Marie Howe
April 16, 2005

Beginning in February 2005 , Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

April 12, 2005

April 12, 2005

Contemporary poets talk about how they handle violence in their work and why.

April 09, 2005

April 09, 2005

Geoffrey Young, publisher of The Figures, explores the collaborative process of book publishing and interweaves discussion of the publishing process with anecdotes of his experien

Donna Masini
April 09, 2005

Beginning in February 2005 , Staten Island teens and adults will be doing what Poetry in The Branches was designed for: bumping into poetry and discovering its delights.

April 01, 2005

Cid Corman
April 01, 2005

Cid Corman (1924-2004) was a poet, translator, and editor of the magazine origin, founded in 1951, which published many of the major American poets of the last 50 years, i

Clayton Eshleman
April 01, 2005

Clayton Eshleman reads his translations of Rimbaud, Neruda,Vallejo, Radnoti, and Artaud. A free event with lunch provided.

March 29, 2005

John Ashbery
March 29, 2005

Poet Ann Lauterbach discusses the work of John Ashbery, a hugely influential poet who has published over twenty books of poetry.

March 23, 2005

Afterwards by Amy Bartlett
March 23, 2005

Amy Bartlett (1949 – 2004) was a poet, editor and long-time Poets House board member.

March 10, 2005

March 10, 2005

Two poetry collectives, centered around politicized notions of the self and language, undermine presumptions about identity, reality and writing.

February 17, 2005

Susana Thénon
February 17, 2005

Argentine poet Maria Negroni will speak on the writing of Argentine poet Susana Thénon (1935-1991), whose work combines linguistic innovation with “a corrosive and constant politic

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