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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.
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Voices from the Past

Diving into the archives of the 92nd Street Y

MORE EPISODES FROM Poetry Off the Shelf

DATE TITLE POETS
02/15/2010  Listen  Done with this Dust  Lucille Clifton
 
02/08/2010  Listen  No Images  William Waring Cuney
Cornelius Eady
Thomas Sayers Ellis
 
01/28/2010  Listen  Poetry Gone Cold  Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Wallace Stevens
 
01/18/2010  Listen  Poetry Written with an Eraser   Ron Silliman
 
01/07/2010  Listen  Worshipful Company of Snowbirds  James Tate
 
12/23/2009  Listen  From the Washington, DC, Poetry Tour   Elizabeth Alexander
 
12/10/2009  Listen  Good Bad Poetry   
12/01/2009  Listen  The Power of Here and Now  James Schuyler
 
11/16/2009  Listen  The Nature of Political Power  Robert Lowell
 
10/29/2009  Listen  The Tomb of Love  Philip Larkin
 
10/14/2009  Listen  The Happiness of Monogamy  John Donne
 
10/05/2009  Listen  Reconcilable Differences  Walt Whitman
Eleanor Wilner
Larry Levis
 
09/23/2009  Listen  Poetry Noir  Robert Polito
 
09/14/2009  Listen  Dan Beachy-Quick and the Poetics of Mass Murder  Dan Beachy-Quick
 
09/03/2009  Listen  Midwestern Blues  Kevin Young
 
08/26/2009  Listen  Fact-Checking John Keats  John Keats
 
08/19/2009  Listen  Poet's Choice: Of Love and War  D. A. Powell
 
07/31/2009  Listen  Remembering Craig Arnold  Craig Arnold
 
07/09/2009  Listen  “Cover the Lettuce”  C. D. Wright
 
06/26/2009  Listen  The Power of Barbie  David Trinidad
 
06/17/2009  Listen  Honor Thy Father's Day  Robert Hayden
Terrance Hayes
 
06/11/2009  Listen  Out of the Poetic Bubble  Mark Nowak
 
06/02/2009  Listen  Everything Plus the Kitchen Sink  Kenneth Fearing
 
05/27/2009  Listen  Light in the Service of Loneliness  Fanny Howe
 
05/19/2009  Listen  Bees and Monstrous Babies  Eleanor Wilner
 
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