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On The Air
Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson
Catalog Number: 19941024
Plumly reads from three books of poems, which he considers a trilogy. Plumly says his work is becoming more outer-directed as he moves from personal, pastoral poetry to work about the homeless and other people he sees around him in New York City.
Poet Susan Aizenberg discusses the use of fiction within poetry, admitting that she draws from real life, but notes that there is a distinction between truth and fact. Recently retired from teaching at Nebraska's Creighton University, she reads fr...
Named the Poet Laureate of Arkansas in 2018, Jo McDougall discusses her two recent books of poetry—The Undiscovered Room and ...