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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.
Growing up in a Philadelphia apartment above a liquor store, poet Ellen Bass thought her childhood was "the most mundane, pedestrian, unpoetic world you could possibly live in," but after many years and the death of her parents, she finds herself ...
Bonnie Bolling's award winning poetry collections often tackle tough subject matter, blending tragedy with beauty. The editor-in-chief of Verdad magazine since...