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Marilyn Kallet

Poetry

Interviewed by: Michelle Boisseau

Catalog Number: 20060712, 20051012

Marilyn Kallet’s 2005 poetic offering, Circe, After Hours—her 11th book—covers topics as diverse as eating a rodent served by a cost-cutting French woman, finding relatives killed in the Holocaust, or remembering her father’s loose association with the Mafia.  This Knoxville poet reads from this book and has an entertaining talk with fellow poet Michelle Boisseau about the craft of poetry.

| Subject Matter: The Holocaust, The Mafia, Family, History | Interview Year: 2005 | Genre: Poetry |

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