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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

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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 CAConrad
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
02/15/2010 Listen Done with this Dust Lucille Clifton
02/08/2010 Listen No Images William Waring Cuney
Cornelius Eady
Thomas Sayers Ellis

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