childhood memories

Track

Howard, Richard. Findings. New York: Atheneum, 1971.

Track

Orlen, Steve. "The Big Difference." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Child Care." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Porch Life." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Standing in Line for The Pickle Family Circus." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Pilgrims." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"The Bridge of Sighs." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Religious Feeling." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"A Family of Three." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"The Early Poetry." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"An Older Woman." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Blame." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"A House." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Life Drawing." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Carmen." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Buddies." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Shame." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Celebrity." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Acts of Will." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"Acts of Grace." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

"At the Indoor Shopping Mall." The Bridge of Sighs. Oxford, Ohio: Miami University Press, 1992. 

Reading

William Pitt Root reads from his first collection, The Storm and Other Poems (1969), and from the soon-to-be published Striking the Dark Air for Music (1973). Between selections from these two books, he reads lighter, more humorous poems that would remain uncollected or be published much later.

Reading
Richard Yates reads from his collection Liars in Love, which would go on to be published in 1981.

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