C. Dale YoungPoetry
Interviewed by: Robert Stewart
Catalog Number: 20110812, 20100611
A poet who admits that "90% of his time" is taken up by his day-job, oncologist C. Dale Young talks with New Letters editor, Robert Stewart, about the tradition of the physician-poet. Also the poetry editor of the New England Review, Young discusses how the act of writing a poem is a political act, and what separates it from propaganda. He reads from his 2007 collection, The Second Person, and his 2011 book, Torn.
This audio anthology features readings by six poets, including a few who are part of the book co-edited by Cherokee writers Diane Glancy and Linda Rodriguez called The World Is One...
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