Momaday, N. Scott. In the Presence of the Sun: Stories and Poems, 1961-1991. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992.
Julie Carr and K. J. Holmes perform the writing/dance collaboration This is where we are (or take arms against a sea of troubles), an excerpt as part of the 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium.
Richard Eberhart reads from Fields of Grace (1972), along with a wide range of selections from his earlier work.
Cornelius Eady reads poems from Victims of the Latest Dance Craze (1986) and The Gathering of My Name (1991), many of which focus on dancing, jazz musicians, and the pervasive racial injustice experienced by Black Americans.
Julie Paegle reads from her collection Torch Song Tango Choir, accompanied by dancers John Dahlstrand and Melissa Fitch.
TC Tolbert reads from his recent Kore Press publication Territories of Folding, accompanied by members of the movement improvisation group Movement Salon.
This event, a collaboration with the University of Arizona School of Dance, pairs poetry by Richard Siken and Catherine Wing with original music, choreography, and dance performances by School of Dance faculty and students. Original music for this performance was composed and performed by Suzanne Knosp, with choreography by Elizabeth George, Jory Hancock, and Melissa Lowe.
Cecilia Vicuña presents an improvisatory oral performance in response to space and time as part of the Poetry Center's 2012 Poetry Off the Page Symposium. This recording includes a question and answer session with Claudia Rankine and Christine Hume, who performed along with Vicuña at the Poetry Off the Page Sonic Lens night.
Cathy Park Hong reads from Engine Empire (2012) and Dance Dance Revolution (2007); she also reads an unpublished poem.
Ilya Kaminsky reads primarily from his collection Dancing in Odessa (2004).
Rita Dove reads from her collection American Smooth: Poems (2004).
Tan Lin performs poems published in digital and print media.
Deborah Bernhardt performs poems from her book Echolalia (2006). This reading was originally given with Catherine Wing and Sawako Nakayasu as part of the Next Word in Poetry Series.