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2017: 25th Anniversary Showcase Opening Reading (Full Audio)

Readings by Ishion Hutchinson, Hoa Nguyen, and Marie Howe celebrate the opening of the 25th annual Poets House Showcase, and exhibit of over 3,50

2017: Emerging Poets Fellowship Reading

A reading by Poets House Emerging Poet Fellows Sean D.

2017: Poetry and Desire: A Reading and Conversation

Poets Vahni Capildeo, Natalie Diaz, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo, and Shivanee Ramlochan examine intimacy, language, and

2017: Passwords: Anne Waldman with Steven Taylor on William Blake

A founder and director of the Poetry Project and co-founder along with Allen Ginsberg of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, poet Anne Waldman, with Bessie Award-nomina

2017: Corrosive Power: A Reading and Conversation with Athena Farrokhzad & Noemi Jaffe

Swedish poet Athena Farrokhzad , author of White Blight, appears with her translator Jennifer Hayashida , and Brazilian poet Noemi Jaffe

2017: Necessary Cuts: Rickey Laurentiis on Revision at Poets House

Though Paul Valéry claimed “a poem is never finished, only abandoned,” what happens between a poem’s creation and its abandonment is revision.

2017: Rooms Are Never Finished: The Legacy of Agha Shahid Ali

Kazim Ali, Rita Banerjee, Amanda Golden, Shadab Zeest Hashmi, Patricia O’Neill, and Sejal Shah

2017: Harry Clifton & Alissa Valles: A Reading & Conversation

Irish poet Harry Clifton, author of Secular Eden: Paris Notebooks 1994-2004 and winner of the Irish Times Poetry Now Award, and poet and translator Alissa Valles

2017: Passwords: Sholeh Wolpé on Attar

Written in Persia in the 12th century, The Conference of the Birds by Attar remains a central work in the history of literature, in which the birds of the world have gathered in search of

2017: Stand Up: Poetry, Richard Pryor, and Institutional Racism in the Arts with Cathy Park Hong

Using Richard Pryor as a model, New Republic Poetry Editor and Guggenheim Poetry Fellow Cathy Park Hong examines racial conventions in contemporary poetry and fiction and