Poet Joy Harjo reads some of her poems.
Joy Harjo is an internationally known poet, writer and musician. She is the author of seven books of poetry, including "She Had Some Horses," "In Mad Love and War," and "The Woman Who Fell From the Sky." Her most recent…
Poet Alberto Rios reads some of his poems.
Poet Alberto Rios reads from his latest book of poetry "The Theater of Night" which follows a couple in a U.S.-Mexico border town through their youth, marriage and thoughtful old age. Rios himself is from the U.S.-Mexican border town of…
Paul Hunter, a poet, musician, instrument-maker, teacher, and editor and publisher, has produced letterpress books and broadsides under the imprint of Wood Works Press in Seattle. He talks about his works.
Poet Paul Hunter reads some of his poems.
Poet Gregory Djanikian reads some of his poems.
Poet Gregory Djanikian reads his poem 'Geography Lesson' and others, reflecting his examination of history, place and heritage.
Poet Gregory Djanikian, director of the creative writing program at the University of Pennsylvania, reads a poem about how immigrants "might contribute to the great melting pot of the English language."…
Poet Jack Prelutsky reads some of his poems.
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