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2016: A Poetry Reading and Celebration of Melissa Green with J. Mae Barizo & Marie Howe (Full Audio)

Poets J Mae Barizo and Marie Howe read poems to celebrate the publication of Melissa Green's new book, Magpiety: New & Selected Poems (Arrowsmith Pres

2016: Celebrating Jayne Cortez - Firespitter: A Tribute to Jayne Cortez (Full audio)

LaTasha N Nevada Diggs, Karma Mayet Johnson, Bob Holman, Robert Hershon, Evie Shockley, Paolo Javier

2016: LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs performs "If the Woman is a Drum..."

2016 Whiting Award winner LaTasha N Nevada Diggs performs "If the Woman is a Drum..." by Jayne Cortez as part of

2016: This Grubbing Art - The Poetry of Hayden Carruth

A discussion of the life and work of National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award winning poet Hayden Carruth (1921-2008) with Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Marilyn

2016: Q & A with Robin Coste Lewis

2015 National Book Award winner Robin Coste Lewis answers questions on writing, editing, and her process of creating her collection The Voyage of the Sable Venus and other poem

2016: Robin Coste Lewis reads "Boarding The Voyage"

Robin Coste Lewis reads her lyrical craft essay "Boarding The Voyage" on the background to and creation of the title poem of her National Book Award winning collection

2016: Robin Coste Lewis reads three poems from 'The Voyage of the Sable Venus'

Robin Coste Lewis reads and discusses the poems "Glinda the Good," Félicité," and "Plantation" from her 2015 National Book Award winning collection The Voyage of the Sable Venu

2016: An Afternoon with Bernadette Mayer (Full Audio)

Author of more than twenty volumes of poetry and prose Bernadette Mayer reads from Eating the Colors of a Lineup of Words: The Collected Early Books of Bernadette Mayer, a

2016: Metamorphosis: The Collaboration of Poet Barbara Guest and Artist Fay Lansner (Full Audio)

Exhibition curator Erica Lansner and poet and critic Raphael Rubinstein discuss the lives and collaborations between poet and artist at the opening of the exhibiti

2015: Passwords: Miriam Nichols on Robin Blaser (Full Audio)

Scholar Miriam Nichols discusses the literary legacy of San Francisco Renaissance poet Robin Blaser and plays excerpts from The Astonishment Tapes, Blaser's 1974 autobiogr