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April 22, 2008

E. E. Cummings
April 22, 2008

E. E. Cummings accomplished the rarest of balancing acts: He managed to be both a deeply committed experimentalist and a very popular poet.

April 23, 2008

April 23, 2008

In advance of our move to Battery Park City later this year, Poets House, the Battery Park City Neighbors' and Parents' Association and Battery Park City Seniors join forces to present a reading by

April 23, 2008

Who were the Beat Poets? Why are they ""beat"" and what does that mean?

April 26, 2008

April 26, 2008

Edna St. Vincent Millay, an elfin, red-haired diva of the sonnet, published some of the wisest, sexiest, and most feminist poetry of the 20th century.

May 01, 2008

William Butler Yeats
May 01, 2008

Looking at Yeats, though the lens of his finished poems, he can seem a historic poet, almost cast in marble.

May 03, 2008

Coral Bracho
May 03, 2008

Coral Bracho and her translator Forrest Gander read from Firefly Under the Tongue: Selected Poems, Bracho's first full-length collection to appear in Engl

May 06, 2008

May 07, 2008

May 08, 2008

May 08, 2008

In the spirit of Norman Bluhm and Frank O'Hara's collaborative poem-paintings, currently on view in New York Cool, participants representing several generations of New York City poetry res

May 14, 2008

Sculpture of Judah Halevi
May 14, 2008

Raymond P Scheindlin draws upon the letters and poems of Judah Halevi (1085-1141), the pre-Modern Hebrew poet and philosopher, to recreate the last year of Halevi’s life during whi

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