epistolary poem


Mura, David. After We Lost Our Way. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1989.


Garrett Hongo reads from and discusses a cycle of poems written from the point of view of Kubota, a figure based on his maternal grandfather. He also reads poems written by Japanese internees at a detention center in Santa Fe during the 1940s.


Paul Zimmer reads poems inspired by his troubled youth during the Eisenhower years, as well as several persona poems.

Jen Bervin discusses Emily Dickinson's manuscripts and compositional processes, with special attention to the poet's manipulations of the physical page.

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