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Ellen Bryant Voigt

Poetry

Interviewed by: Robert Stewart

Catalog Number: 19881209

Acclaimed Southern poet Ellen Bryant Voigt reads from The Lotus Flowers and talks about her transition from professional pianist to poet. Voigt's work has been widely anthologized and she was one of the youngest writers to be featured in the Norton Anthology.

| Subject Matter: Music | Interview Year: 1988 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: Pushcart Prize, Poet Laureate of Vermont |

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