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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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"Without the Blues There Would Be No Jazz"

The editors discuss poems by Danez Smith, Franny Choi, and Claudia Rankine, plus Nikky Finney on the poetry of James Baldwin.

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DATE TITLE POETS
10/06/2008 Listen "Accident Plays a Part in Art" Laura Kasischke
Sarah Lindsay
Derek Sheffield
Hart Crane
09/08/2008 Listen Requiem, Vindication, and a Gas Station Restroom Clive James
Elizabeth Arnold
Alan R. Shapiro
Dionisio D. Martínez
08/13/2008 Listen Killing Him Yehuda Amichai
07/03/2008 Listen Feeling Like a Worm in Tequila? Wendy Videlock
David Biespiel
Dean Young
Kay Ryan
Tony Hoagland
Kathryn Starbuck
David Orr
Fanny Howe
Edward Dahlberg
W. S. Di Piero
Hayden Carruth
Jack Spicer
Vivian Gornick
06/03/2008 Listen Our Birds, Our Selves Marianne Boruch
A. R. Ammons
Donald Revell
Harry Clifton
05/01/2008 Listen Wild Bard—or Professional? Sandra M. Gilbert
Seth Abramson
Alice Oswald
Joshua Mehigan
Eavan Boland
Jane Hirshfield
Chris Dombrowski
04/03/2008 Listen Found in Translation Håkan Sandell
Miroslav Holub
Olav H. Hauge
Ho Xuan Huong
03/03/2008 Listen Something Has Come Between Us! Terrance Hayes
Ange Mlinko
A. E. Stallings
W. S. Di Piero
02/04/2008 Listen When Guns Talk the Muses Fall Silent George Szirtes
01/04/2008 Listen First. Time. Ever.  
12/05/2007 Listen When I Fell Out of Love with the Cantos Clive James
10/31/2007 Listen The Editors Speak  
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