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Date Title Poets Series
5/30/2017 Listen to this podcast

Structure of Rime XXVIII: In Memoriam Wallace Stevens

  • Robert Duncan
Poem of the Day
5/29/2017 Listen to this podcast

Nothing Happened in 1999

  • Hayan Charara
PoetryNow
5/29/2017 Listen to this podcast

Ode for the American Dead in Asia

  • Thomas McGrath
Poem of the Day
5/28/2017 Listen to this podcast

The Boatman

  • Carolyn Forché
Poem of the Day
5/27/2017 Listen to this podcast

Provinces

  • C. D. Wright
Poem of the Day
5/26/2017 Listen to this podcast

All my friends are homeless

  • Samuel Menashe
Poem of the Day
5/25/2017 Listen to this podcast

No Postmortems

  • Gregory Orr
Poem of the Day
5/24/2017 Listen to this podcast

The Widow’s Lament in Springtime

  • William Carlos Williams
Poem of the Day
5/23/2017 Listen to this podcast

Beautiful Woman

  • A. R. Ammons
Poem of the Day
5/22/2017 Listen to this podcast

At the Vietnam Center and Archive

  • Hai-Dang Phan
PoetryNow
5/22/2017 Listen to this podcast

The Magic of Numbers

  • Kenneth Koch
Poem of the Day
5/22/2017 Listen to this podcast

Poetry Magazine Weekly Podcast for May 22, 2017: Emily Berry reads "The End"

  • Emily Berry
The Poetry Magazine Podcast
5/21/2017 Listen to this podcast

North Dakota

  • Gerald Vizenor
Poem of the Day
5/20/2017 Listen to this podcast

spring song

  • Lucille Clifton
Poem of the Day
5/19/2017 Listen to this podcast

The Beautiful Animal

  • Geoffrey Brock
Poem of the Day
5/19/2017 Listen to this podcast

Gratophoph

  • Andrew Zawacki
Poem of the Day
5/19/2017 Listen to this podcast

Moth

  • Atsuro Riley
Poem of the Day
5/18/2017 Listen to this podcast

The Fall of 1992

  • Randall Mann
Poem of the Day
5/17/2017 Listen to this podcast

On Wanting to Tell [ ] about a Girl Eating Fish Eyes

  • Mary Szybist
Poem of the Day
5/16/2017 Listen to this podcast

From “summer, somewhere”

  • Danez Smith
Poem of the Day

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