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Interviewed by: Robert Stewart
Catalog Number: 19891124
Wyoming poet James Galvin's work has what one critic calls, "a Western sensibility tinged with modernism.\" In this program, Galvin reads poems from his book ELEMENTS and talks about the idea of being a "Western writer.\"
While at the Woodneath Library Center, novelist Larry Watson reads from his tenth book, As Good As Gone. Though he grew up in No...
Poet Dave Smith grew up in Virginia's tidewater region along the coast, so it's no surprise that his many books of poetry and essays are abundant in inspiration from the outdoor life in that area. Smith, who has been described as a poet of place, ...