Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson
Catalog Number: 19980817, 19930806, 19920911
Called one of the most important and original poets of his generation, James Tate won both the Pulitzer Prize and the William Carlos Williams Award for his Selected Poems in 1992. The author of twelve collection of poetry, Tate talks candidly to Rebekah Presson about the influence of his life on his work, and reads several of his poems, including "The Lost Pilot" which first brought him fame with the Yale Younger Poets Prize.
In part one of this conversation, Arab-American poet Naomi Shihab Nye, whose numerous books of poetry, essays and stories have delighted children and adults alike, reads from her book, ...
A holiday favorite, this highly anthologized short story is read by the late author Grace Paley. "The Loudest Voice" is an amusing tale about a little Jewish girl, chosen to play the lead in her school's Christmas pageant, and her ...
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