This favorite link may be old news to some, but I was delighted to be hipped to the Caroline Bergvall Dante poem, "Via", sent courtesy Dr. Natasha Saje at Westminster College, Utah. Received with pleasure. Enjoy….
Here's the link: http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Bergvall/Bergvall-Caroline-Via-2004.mp3

Originally Published: December 28th, 2008

Poet and writer Wanda Coleman was a blatantly humanist artist who won much critical acclaim for her unusually prescient and often innovative work, but who struggled to make a living from her craft. In discussing “my life in poetry,” More magazine, April 2005, Camille Paglia said of Coleman: “She’s not...

  1. December 28, 2008
     Sina Queyras

    Wanda,
    Thanks for posting the link to Caroline's Via, an amazing piece. The link didn't work for me so I'm posting the link to her page at UPENN here for folks. They can find VIA there along with other fabulous pieces. Do check out the Shorter Chaucer Tales too.
    http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Bergvall.php

  2. January 2, 2009
     Jason Crane

    Thanks for this link. The poem is wonderful. And like so much on Harriet, it's a brand new discovery for me.
    As for the link, it may work better to copy and paste it rather than clicking on it. That's what worked for me.
    Jason Crane
    The Jazz Session
    http://thejazzsession.com