Audio & Podcasts
The editors go inside the pages of
Poetry, talking to poets and critics, debating the issues, and sharing
their poem selections with listeners.
Of All the Poems in the World, Why Would You Pick This One?
Previously unpublished poems by Langston Hughes, a preview of Michael Hofmann's essay on Lowell and Bishop, and a phone call to readers in Texas who don't like the poems in this month's issue!
MORE EPISODES FROM The Poetry Magazine Podcast
|07/03/2008||Listen||Feeling Like a Worm in Tequila?|
|06/03/2008||Listen||Our Birds, Our Selves|
|05/01/2008||Listen||Wild Bard—or Professional?|
|04/03/2008||Listen||Found in Translation|
|03/03/2008||Listen||Something Has Come Between Us!|
|02/04/2008||Listen||When Guns Talk the Muses Fall Silent|
|01/04/2008||Listen||First. Time. Ever.|
|12/05/2007||Listen||When I Fell Out of Love with the Cantos|
|10/31/2007||Listen||The Editors Speak|