New Yorker: Poetry
By The New Yorker
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Readings and conversation with The New Yorker's poetry editor, Paul Muldoon.
||John Ashbery reads Charles Simic and his own work.||John Ashbery reads Charles Simic and his own work||2/20/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tracy K. Smith reads Kevin Young and her own work.||Tracy K. Smith reads Kevin Young and her own work||1/24/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Philip Levine reads Ellen Bass and his own work.||Philip Levine reads Ellen Bass and his own work||12/18/13||Free||View In iTunes|
Muldoon is a legend; this podcast is in good hands. Insightful, and worth a listen for published poets and poetry novices alike. Listen and learn.
The podcast is off to a wonderful, stirring start. Two powerful poems well read.
I'm wondering if a "short form" poetry podcast might be possible which is essentially just one poem without other commentary. It might be in the range of two to right minutes.
Perhaps when this podcast becomes a clear success, then the shorter reading could be a "spin-off" created from the same recording.
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