Tim Dlugos, recognized as one of the finest post-New York School poets to be published in the 1970s and 1980s, died of AIDS as he was writing his strongest work--poems about the disease itself.
Readings & Conversations Archive
December 03, 1996
November 16, 1996
November 02, 1996
October 25, 1996
Hildegard's poems were written to be sung by the women of her 12th century German monastery. The poet Mechtild was an embattled Beguine of the 13th century.
October 09, 1996
Clayton Eshleman, editor and translator of the Artaud anthology Watchfiends and Rack Screams (Exact Change, 1995), presents the life and work of the French poet and playwr
October 03, 1996
Women writing in Yiddish defied male hierarchy with poems of exquisite sexual candor and rebellion. Yiddish texts and English translations provided. No knowledge of Yiddish necessary.