Longtime friends Marie Howe and Michael Klein discuss the role of memory in poetry and memoir, and the intersections of the two forms in their writing.
Readings & Conversations Archive
April 14, 2001
April 13, 2001
April 11, 2001
A reading and celebration of the life and work of U.S. Poet Laureate and Poets House co-founder Stanley Kunitz
March 09, 2001
In the fertile margins where genres not only intersect but are re-imagined, authors of poetic fictions expand the definitions of poetry, biography and fiction.