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The editors go inside the pages of Poetry, talking to poets and critics, debating the issues, and sharing their poem selections with listeners.
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October 2014: "Widdershins"

New poems from Hugo Williams, Hannah Lowe, and Tim Wells; plus the editors talk with Maurice Riordan, editor of The Poetry Review, about relations between US and UK poetry.

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Michael Hofmann
Robert Hass
 
01/01/2010  Listen  Are Poets Lazy Bastards?  Carmine Starnino
Mary De Rachewiltz
Andrea Cohen
 
12/01/2009  Listen  Poems Can Stop Bulldozers  Valzhyna Mort
Jill Alexander Essbaum
John Kinsella
 
11/01/2009  Listen  Poetry Takes a Walk  James Schuyler
Gottfried Benn
Peter Cole
 
10/01/2009  Listen  We Live in a Time Full of Love  A. V. Christie
Kevin Young
W. S. Di Piero
 
09/01/2009  Listen  We Don't Have Cold Feet  Katia Kapovich
Lucia Perillo
Don Paterson
 
07/10/2009  Listen  "There's No Creativity, There's Just Decisions"  Kenneth Goldsmith
 
06/01/2009  Listen  The Dark Has No Teeth  Thom Gunn
Michael Hofmann
Averill Curdy
 
05/01/2009  Listen  Rhapsodies and Rude Epics  Inger Christensen
Hanoch Levin
Ilya Kaminsky
 
04/01/2009  Listen  Bringing a Different Music Into English   
02/27/2009  Listen  You're Always Moving Toward Silence  John Ashbery
Seth Abramson
Katy Didden
 
01/30/2009  Listen  I Love Originality So Much I Keep Copying It   
12/30/2008  Listen  Of All the Poems in the World, Why Would You Pick This One?  Allen Edwin Butt
Kim Addonizio
 
12/01/2008  Listen  Her Victorian Roots are Showing  Joan Houlihan
Roddy Lumsden
Fred D'Aguiar
 
10/31/2008  Listen  The Savage Detective Turns to Poetry  Mary Szybist
Jorge Sánchez
 
10/06/2008  Listen  "Accident Plays a Part in Art"  Laura Kasischke
Sarah Lindsay
Derek Sheffield
 
09/08/2008  Listen  Requiem, Vindication, and a Gas Station Restroom  Clive James
Elizabeth Arnold
Alan R. Shapiro
 
08/13/2008  Listen  Killing Him  Yehuda Amichai
 
07/03/2008  Listen  Feeling Like a Worm in Tequila?  Wendy Videlock
David Biespiel
Dean Young
 
06/03/2008  Listen  Our Birds, Our Selves  Marianne Boruch
A. R. Ammons
Donald Revell
 
05/01/2008  Listen  Wild Bard—or Professional?  Sandra M. Gilbert
Seth Abramson
Alice Oswald
 
04/03/2008  Listen  Found in Translation  Håkan Sandell
Miroslav Holub
Olav H. Hauge
 
03/03/2008  Listen  Something Has Come Between Us!  Terrance Hayes
Ange Mlinko
A. E. Stallings
 
02/04/2008  Listen  When Guns Talk the Muses Fall Silent  George Szirtes
 
01/04/2008  Listen  First. Time. Ever.   
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