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DATE TITLE POETS SERIES
2015-05-01 Listen May 2015: "You don't go to visit the seaside, but the seaside visits you” Thomas Lux
Karen Solie
Frank Bidart
The Poetry Magazine Podcast
2015-05-01 Listen "I came upon the gnawed torso of a seal" Melanie Braverman
Poem of the Day
2015-04-30 Listen My Loved Blacknesses & Some Blacknesses I Knew Khadijah Queen
Poetry Now
2015-04-30 Listen reading joanne burns
Poem of the Day
2015-04-29 Listen The Beautiful Animal Geoffrey Brock
Poem of the Day
2015-04-28 Listen Poem Lucy Ives
Poetry Now
2015-04-28 Listen Ars Poetica Dorothea Lasky
Poem of the Day
2015-04-27 Listen The Fall of 1992 Randall Mann
Poem of the Day
2015-04-26 Listen In Every Life Alicia Ostriker
Poem of the Day
2015-04-25 Listen The Land of Nod James Arthur
Poem of the Day
2015-04-24 Listen Not for You, Not for the World Barbara Perez
Poem of the Day
2015-04-23 Listen And Robert Fernandez
Poetry Now
2015-04-23 Listen Day After Day of the Dead Nathaniel Mackey
Poem of the Day
2015-04-22 Listen 100 Years of Spoon River Anthology Edgar Lee Masters
Poetry Off the Shelf
2015-04-22 Listen Fugitivity is immanent to the thing but is manifest transversally Fred Moten
Poem of the Day
2015-04-21 Listen Amplitude and Awe: A Discussion of Emily Dickinson's "Wild Nights - Wild Nights!" and "She rose to His Requirement" Emily Dickinson
Poem Talk
2015-04-21 Listen A Poem for Ciaran Fanny Howe
Poetry Now
2015-04-21 Listen Psalm George Oppen
Poem of the Day
2015-04-20 Listen The house was just twinkling in the moon light Gertrude Stein
Poem of the Day
2015-04-19 Listen Prayer for a Bamboo-Flowering Famine Karen An-hwei Lee
Poem of the Day
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