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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
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
05/04/2009 Listen Stop Making Sense Christian Bök
04/27/2009 Listen An Essential American Poet Jean Valentine
Fanny Howe
04/15/2009 Listen What If It Doesn't Make Sense? Matthew Zapruder
04/03/2009 Listen Telephony Is So Retro It's Cool  
03/16/2009 Listen Hatless in Heavy Economic Weather John Surowiecki
03/10/2009 Listen The Hebrew Bible Has No Soul  
03/03/2009 Listen Manifesto You  
02/19/2009 Listen More Than Meets the I Rae Armantrout
02/11/2009 Listen When the Weary Blues Met Jazz Langston Hughes
01/29/2009 Listen The Poet and the Saint Czeslaw Milosz
01/19/2009 Listen People Don't Read This Way Anymore W. D. Snodgrass
01/12/2009 Listen Remembering Denmark's Greatest Poet  
12/19/2008 Listen Inaugural Poetics Elizabeth Alexander
12/18/2008 Listen Obamapoetics Elizabeth Alexander
12/04/2008 Listen Poetry Books for the Holidays Paul Muldoon
Sarah Lindsay
George Oppen
Reginald Gibbons
11/19/2008 Listen DIY Poetry Movements Louis Zukofsky
11/06/2008 Listen Poems for President Obama Charles Bernstein
Patricia Smith
Forrest Gander
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