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Date Title Poets Series
2/27/2017 Listen to this podcast

Weekly Podcast for February 27, 2017: Malika Booker Reads "A Parable of Sorts"

  • Malika Booker
The Poetry Magazine Podcast
2/26/2017 Listen to this podcast

Her Name is Rose

  • Peter Pereira
Poem of the Day
2/25/2017 Listen to this podcast

Forecast

  • Ruth Stone
Poem of the Day
2/24/2017 Listen to this podcast

A Flute Overheard

Poem of the Day
2/23/2017 Listen to this podcast

“Any fool can get into an ocean . . .”

  • Jack Spicer
Poem of the Day
2/23/2017 Listen to this podcast

Dust Poem

  • Philip Jenks
Poem of the Day
2/23/2017 Listen to this podcast

Jim Limber the Adopted Mulatto Son of Jefferson Davis Was Another Child First

  • Shane McCrae
Poem of the Day
2/23/2017 Listen to this podcast

rudie can't fail in south padre

  • Quraysh Ali Lansana
Poem of the Day
2/22/2017 Listen to this podcast

Searchers

  • D. Nurkse
Poem of the Day
2/21/2017 Listen to this podcast

Little Soul

  • Hadrian
Poem of the Day
2/21/2017 Listen to this podcast

Walt Whitman's Divided America

  • Walt Whitman
Poetry Off the Shelf
2/20/2017 Listen to this podcast

Two Guardians

  • Roberto Tejada
PoetryNow
2/20/2017 Listen to this podcast

Weekly Podcast for February 20, 2017: Gregory Pardlo Reads "The Wedding Planners"

  • Gregory Pardlo
The Poetry Magazine Podcast
2/20/2017 Listen to this podcast

When You Are Old

  • William Butler Yeats
Poem of the Day
2/19/2017 Listen to this podcast

Late Spring

  • Campbell McGrath
Poem of the Day
2/18/2017 Listen to this podcast

Night Life

  • Vivian Smith
Poem of the Day
2/17/2017 Listen to this podcast

Memorandum

  • W. S. Merwin
Poem of the Day
2/16/2017 Listen to this podcast

What's Written on the Body

  • Peter Pereira
Poem of the Day
2/15/2017 Listen to this podcast

“A furnace in my father’s voice; I prayed for the coal stove’s”

  • Ishion Hutchinson
Poem of the Day
2/14/2017 Listen to this podcast

Family Dollar

  • Hannah Brooks-Motl
Poem of the Day

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