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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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A Poet in Hell's Kitchen

Mary Karr talks Jesus and poetry in time for Easter.

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DATE TITLE POETS
06/25/2007 Listen 10,000 Brutal Years Thomas Lux
06/14/2007 Listen Read These on Your Death Bed Helen Vendler
Wallace Stevens
James Merrill
06/08/2007 Listen When the Heckling and Finger-Snapping Stop Jeremy Richards
05/25/2007 Listen Hello Darkness, My Old Friend David Browne
05/17/2007 Listen Build Your Poetry Career Online! Shanna Compton
05/02/2007 Listen God Is Annoyed Charles Simic
Zbigniew Herbert
04/25/2007 Listen History's Lost and Found Natasha Trethewey
04/18/2007 Listen She's Awake!?! Geoffrey Brock
Sarah C. Harwell
Alfred Molina
David Ignatow
04/05/2007 Listen The Joy of Sax Billy Collins
03/30/2007 Listen Clint Eastwood's Women, the Poetry Glut, and Other Fun Topics Tony Hoagland
Dean Young
03/22/2007 Listen Don't Let It Snow Marie Ponsot
Hayden Carruth
03/15/2007 Listen Everything's an Elegy  
03/08/2007 Listen Get Me Out of Here  
02/27/2007 Listen Make a Shield for My Son J. D. McClatchy
W. H. Auden
02/15/2007 Listen I've Known Rivers Langston Hughes
02/08/2007 Listen What Valentine's Day Means to Me Joel Brouwer
Tony Hoagland
02/02/2007 Listen Romantic or Plain Erotic Ange Mlinko
Camille Guthrie
01/25/2007 Listen So Much Depends On William Carlos Williams
01/17/2007 Listen When You Are Old and Gray Donald Hall
01/11/2007 Listen Gods and Monsters  
12/29/2006 Listen Avant-Garde All the Time Kenneth Goldsmith
12/20/2006 Listen The Issue at Hand  
12/05/2006 Listen Inside the Box  
11/28/2006 Listen Call the Poet Charlie Smith
11/14/2006 Listen Eve's Revenge on God  
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