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Dana Gioia

Poetry, Essay

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20050518

In his new book, Disappearing Ink: Poetry at the End of Print Culture, poet and critic Dana Gioia ponders the future of poetry at a time when traditional outlets for poetry are disappearing.  Gioia also reads from his 2001 collection of poems, Interrogations at Noon, which won the 2002 American Book Award.

| Subject Matter: Poetry Slams, Rap, The Future of Poetry | Interview Year: 2004 | Genre: Poetry, Essay | Awards: 2002 American Book Award |

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