Poets Mary Jo Salter and Brad Leithauser have taken a new approach to crafting their works, participating in a Web experiment that forces them to write their poems in just 15 minutes. On Valentine's Day, the husband and wife team…
Poet Galway Kinnell reads some of his poems.
Poet Galway Kinnell reads some of his poems from his collection "Strong Is Your Hold," and discusses the connection to a work by Walt Whitman.
By Tom LeGro
Poet Galway Kinnell reads "Why Regret?" a poem from his new book about "engaging ourselves with the common acts, the ordinary things, the other creatures."…
Poet Robert Wrigley reads some of his poems.
Robert Wrigley, Professor of English at the University of Idaho, casts his vote in the county fair building in a peaceful corner of rural Idaho, but that has not enabled him to escape the anger or passion of partisanship.
New U.S. poet laureate Donald Hall gives a tour of his New Hampshire farm where he has written poetry for over 30 years. He also reads poems on nature, love and loss, suggests that poetry is becoming more popular and…
Poet Donald Hall reads some of his poems.
Poet Lucille Clifton reads some of her poems.
Free verse poet Lucille Clifton reads "September Songs, A Poem in Seven Days" about the days surrounding Sept. 11, 2001, which included the terrorist attacks and the birth of her granddaughter.
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