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March 18, 1998

Watermark: Vietnamese American Poetry and Prose book cover
March 18, 1998

To coincide with the publication of the landmark anthology Watermark, co-editor Monique T. D.

March 10, 1998

Osip Mandelstam
March 10, 1998

Mandelstam, who died in a transit camp in Vladivostok in 1938, has been called the greatest Russian poet of the modern period.

December 13, 1997

William Stafford
December 13, 1997

Marvin Bell, one of the great contemporary teachers of the craft of poetry, reads and discusses the poems of William Stafford, with whom he co-authored Segues: A Correspondence

November 18, 1997

Paul Celan
November 18, 1997

Paul Celan, emerging from the European Jewish catastrophe with nothing but his (radically questioned) German mother tongue, challenges his translator too.

November 08, 1997

Sharon Olds
November 08, 1997

November 05, 1997

Jane Hirshfield
November 05, 1997

“Voice” is a term often used in describing a poet’s work, yet it remains a slippery concept. Does voice come from within the individual or elsewhere?

October 25, 1997

Carl Phillips
October 25, 1997

What are the differences between poetry and prose? What are the strategies peculiar to each one?

October 23, 1997

Robert Lowell
October 23, 1997

On the 25th anniversary of his death, five esteemed colleagues read and re-examine the work of Robert Lowell, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and one of the most influential post-World War II po

October 18, 1997

October 15, 1997

October 15, 1997

As part of Yari Yari: Black Women Writers and the Future: An International Conference on Literature by Women of African Descent, this reading and discussion celebrates the identity and ind

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