Interviewed by: Angela Elam
Catalog Number: 20130830, 20060614, 20051130
We celebrate the working man by revisiting B.H. Fairchild's poetry collection, The Art of the Lathe. This book gives insight into the life and work of Fairchild's father in Liberal, Kansas, and deals with workers who survived the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. A Californian for decades, Fairchild was in his mid-fifties before a major publishing house even considered this work. After many rejections, the book went on to win seven prizes after it was published in 1998. B.H. Fairchild also discusses his 2002 National Book Critics Circle Award-winning book, Early Occult Memory Systems of the Lower Midwest. His 2013 poems can be read in New Letters magazine, Vol. 79, No.2. Click here to order.
National Book Critics Circle Award-winning poet Laura Kasischke muses on topics ranging from motherhood to beauty queens, as she reads from several of her books now published under one cover by Copper Canyon, the 2017 book, ...
This program pays tribute to the past American voices of feminist poets from the last century, who opened doors at publishing houses for the vast numbers of talented women writers today. Listen to excerpts from Pulitzer Prize winne...
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