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Writers from Australia

with Laurie Duggan, Helen Garner and Michael Heyward

Spanish Poets in New York

with Carlos Edmundo de Ory and Jose Ramon Ripoll

Viktor Sosnora

Russian poet Viktor Sosnora with Allen Ginsberg and FD Reeve

New Zealand Poets Reading

with Lauris Edmond, Keri Hulme and Bill Manhire

Soviet and American Writers and Editors Seminar

USSR: Victor Andreevich Chalmeev, Genrich A. Egoyan, Alexander Alexandrovich Kosorukov and Sergei Baruzdin.
USA: Antonia Bouis, Judith Deutsch, Daniel Halpern, Ted Mooney, Darryl Pinkney, Franklin D. Reeve and Catherine S. Nepomnyaschchy

An Evening of Portuguese Poetry

Two Portuguese poets give a bilingual reading of their internationally-acclaimed poems, not widely translated into English.

Poetry in the Age of AIDS

AIDS has occasioned an overwhelming response in contemporary American poetry. But exactly how, in the face of illness and despair, does poetry function?

In an attempt to find answers to this question, the group will look at five recent books: Tory Dent’s What Silence Equals, Mark Doty’s My Alexandria, Thom Gunn’s The Man With Night Sweats, Rachel Hadas’s Unending Dialogue: Voices from an AIDS Poetry Workshop, and Michael Klein’s Poets for Life: Seventy-Six Poets Respond to AIDS.

Passwords: Thom Gunn and Roger Conover on Mina Loy

Roger Conover, editor of Mina Loy's collected poems, and poet and MacArthur Fellow Thom Gunn read and discuss the poems of this early modernist.


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