Interviewed by: Angela Elam
Catalog Number: 20071214, 20070427
Winner of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for poetry for the book Late Wife, Claudia Emerson discusses her work that so aptly portrays the people of her native rural Virginia. Emerson, a former bookseller, mail carrier, and real estate agent, was a Witter Bynner Fellow selected in 2005 by then-U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser. In this program she reads from Late Wife, as well as from her other two books, Pharaoh, Pharaoh and Pinion: An Elegy, and talks about what led her to be a poet.
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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