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Producer Curtis Fox explores the diverse world of contemporary American poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries. Nothing is off limits, and nobody is taken too seriously.
Schedule: Weekly

Voices from the Past

Diving into the archives of the 92nd Street Y

MORE EPISODES FROM Poetry Off the Shelf

DATE TITLE POETS
12/17/2010  Listen  Not Coming in from the Cold  Mark Strand
Vijay Seshadri
Wallace Stevens
 
12/01/2010  Listen  Re-branding Robert Lowell  Robert Lowell
 
11/23/2010  Listen  Pass the Mashed Potatoes  W. S. Merwin
Dara Wier
 
11/19/2010  Listen  Major Poets, Minor Work  Ed Park
John Ashbery
James Schuyler
 
11/09/2010  Listen  The Windhover   Gerard Manley Hopkins
 
10/28/2010  Listen  Delight after Delight  Kenneth Koch
Dean Young
 
10/20/2010  Listen  “Marvelous and Tough” Ted Berrigan  Ted Berrigan
 
10/06/2010  Listen  Eileen Myles for President  Eileen Myles
Emily Gould
 
09/22/2010  Listen  Facing a Sheer Sky  Louise Bogan
Mary Kinzie
 
09/09/2010  Listen  Confessional Poetry Off the Shelf  CA Conrad
Anne Sexton
 
09/01/2010  Listen  Poetry Became a Weapon   
08/13/2010  Listen  Cruel, Cruel Summer  Jane Kenyon
Howard Nemerov
Weldon Kees
 
08/05/2010  Listen  A Much-Mended Thing  Amy Clampitt
Tess Taylor
 
07/27/2010  Listen  "Warden of Where the River Went"  W. S. Merwin
 
07/09/2010  Listen  Lots in Translation  Edward Hirsch
Nick Flynn
 
06/24/2010  Listen  Poetry: The iPhone App  Emily Dickinson
Don Paterson
 
06/14/2010  Listen  Poems of Pollution and Protest   W. S. Merwin
 
05/27/2010  Listen  Being’s Stony Smirk  Allen Edwin Butt
 
05/18/2010  Listen  How to Raise a Poetry Imp  Elliott Vanskike
 
05/03/2010  Listen  The Fun of Speaking English  Dorothea Grossman
Emily Warn
 
04/16/2010  Listen  Complete Original: Eleanor Ross Taylor  Eleanor Ross Taylor
Jean Valentine
 
04/05/2010  Listen  Actors vs. Poets  Edward Hirsch
 
03/18/2010  Listen  Confessions of a Poetry Addict  Catherine Pierce
Kim Addonizio
A. R. Ammons
 
03/09/2010  Listen  Let Your Mirrored Convexities Multiply  Agha Shahid Ali
Kazim Ali
 
02/18/2010  Listen  The Fruit Was Red, the Juice Was Sweet  Michael Field
 
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