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International Poets in Conversation: Matthew Shenoda

Kwame Dawes speaks with Matthew Shenoda about Shenoda's poetry and identity as an Egyptian American, and the poetry of the African diaspora.


06/20/2011  Listen  Blas Falconer and Gina Franco  Blas Falconer
Gina Franco
05/18/2011  Listen  Francisco Aragón and Brenda Cárdenas  Francisco Aragón
Brenda Cárdenas
05/04/2011  Listen  Don Paterson on Robert Frost  Robert Frost
Don Paterson
03/28/2011  Listen  William Carlos Williams  William Carlos Williams
02/18/2011  Listen  Jahan Ramazani   Jahan Ramazani
01/19/2011  Listen  Brenda Hillman: Stronach Memorial Lecture  Brenda Hillman
12/16/2010  Listen  Peter Sacks: Stronach Memorial Lecture  Peter Sacks
11/16/2010  Listen  Seamus Heaney  Seamus Heaney
10/19/2010  Listen  Gwendolyn Brooks  Gwendolyn Brooks
09/16/2010  Listen  Billy Collins  Billy Collins
05/26/2010  Listen  Robert Pinsky  Robert Pinsky
04/26/2010  Listen  Mary Karr and Stuart Dybek  Mary Karr
Stuart Dybek
03/24/2010  Listen  Five Muslim American Poets: Part II  Khaled Mattawa
Fady Joudah
Raza Ali Hasan
03/03/2010  Listen  Five Muslim American Poets: Part I  Raza Ali Hasan
Khaled Mattawa
Fady Joudah
02/03/2010  Listen  Mark Doty  Mark Doty
12/09/2009  Listen  Carl Sandburg  Carl Sandburg
11/18/2009  Listen  Helen Vendler  Robert Lowell
Helen Vendler
11/03/2009  Listen  Futurism and the New Manifesto: Part II  Joshua Mehigan
Thomas Sayers Ellis
09/21/2009  Listen  Futurism and the New Manifesto: Part I  Charles Bernstein
A. E. Stallings
06/16/2009  Listen  Paul Muldoon  Paul Muldoon
05/20/2009  Listen  Peter Sacks: American Perspectives  Peter Sacks
04/21/2009  Listen  Eavan Boland  Eavan Boland
03/17/2009  Listen  Ed Roberson  Ed Roberson
02/17/2009  Listen  Willard Spiegelman  Amy Clampitt
01/20/2009  Listen  Marjorie Perloff: American Perspectives  Frank O'Hara

Originally appeared in Poetry magazine.

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