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Harper, Michael S. Dear John, Dear Coltrane. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1970.

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Wojahn, David. Late Empire. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1994.

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Hempel, Amy. At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom. New York: Knopf, 1990.

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Kinnell, Galway. When One Has Lived a Long Time Alone. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990.

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Johnson, Kimberly. Fatal. New York: Persea Books, 2022.

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Johnson, Kimberly. Fatal. New York: Persea Books, 2022.

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Kelly, Donika. The Renunciations. Minneapolis: Graywolf Press, 2021.

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Kelly, Donika. The Renunciations. Minneapolis: Graywolf Press, 2021.

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Gander, Forrest. Twice Alive. New York: New Directions, 2021.

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Naomi Shihab Nye reads primarily from three collections: Different Ways to Pray (1980), Hugging the Jukebox (1982), and Yellow Glove (1986).

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James Tate reads from his first collection, The Lost Pilot (1967), along with poems that would be collected in The Oblivion Ha-Ha (1970).

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Marvin Bell reads primarily from A Probable Volume of Dreams (1969) and The Escape Into You (1971), along with work that would be collected in Residue of Song (1974), a book of poems published two years after this reading.

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In this performance, Jon Anderson reads poems from his collections The Milky Way (1982) and In Sepia (1974). The reading concludes with Jon Anderson performing a poem written by his son and a performance of Wallace Stevens's "Esthétique du Mal."

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Kathleen Fraser reads from her collections What I Want (1974) and New Shoes (1978). She also reads an unpublished poem she wrote while staying in the Poet's Cottage.

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In this performance, Michael Burkard reads from his first three books, particularly from the 1981 collection Ruby for Grief. He also reads some uncollected work.
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Beckian Fritz Goldberg performs poems from her first book, In The Badlands of Desire, and also reads from the Akron Prize-winning manuscript of Never Be The Horse.
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At this performance given with Abraham Smith during the Tucson Festival of Books, Kim Addonizio reads from her books Lucifer at the Starlite and What Is This Thing Called Love. Before a question-and-answer session with both poets, Kim Addonizio performs a short song on her harmonica.

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Ruth Stephan reads from her collection Various Poems (1963). She also reads uncollected poems, one of which responds to John F. Kennedy's assassination a year prior.

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Marie Howe reads poems appearing in What the Living Do (1998).
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Shannon Cain reads a story from her collection The Necessity of Certain Behaviors (2011) as part of the University of Arizona Prose Series. This reading was originally given with Lydia Millet.

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In this reading, originally given with Karen Brennan, Jim Simmerman reads primarily from American Children (2005).
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Brian Turner reads from Here, Bullet (2005). This reading was originally given with Srikanth Reddy and Joshua Marie Wilkinson.

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Richard Siken reads poems that would later be published in Crush (2005). This reading was originally given with Brian Blanchfield.

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Semezdin Mehmedinović reads poems from Sarajevo Blues (1998) and Nine Alexandrias (2003).

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Alan Shapiro reads poems from The Dead Alive and Busy (2000), Song and Dance (2002), Tantalus in Love (2005) and Old War (2008).
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Poet and Poetry Center Interim Director Mark Wunderlich reads a series of poems in response to trauma, loss, and HIV/AIDS.
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Tarfia Faizullah reads poems from her collection Seam (2014) and from an early version of Registers of Illuminated Villages (Graywolf Press, 2018). This reading was originally given with francine j. harris as part of the Morgan Lucas Schuldt Memorial Reading Series.

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Brenda Hillman reads from her books Bright Existence (1993), Practical Water (2009), and Seasonal Works With Letters On Fire (2013), along with uncollected and new poems. 

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Camille Dungy discusses climate change and reads from What to Eat, What to Drink, What to Leave for Poison (2006), Smith Blue (2011), and a forthcoming manuscript titled Trophic Cascade. This reading was given as part of the Climate Change & Poetry Series.

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Ross Gay reads poems from Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude (2015) and an essay from The Book of Delights (2019). This reading was given as part of the Climate Change & Poetry Series.

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Alison Hawthorne Deming discusses the Climate Change & Poetry Series. She also reads from Stairway to Heaven (2016) and from uncollected work. This reading was given as part of the Climate Change & Poetry Series.

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Cynthia Hogue reads from In June the Labyrinth (2017). She also reads (along with her co-translator, Sylvain Gallais) two poems by Nicole Brossard, translated from the French. This reading was originally given with Johanna Skibsrud.

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Peggy Shumaker reads poems from Cairn: New and Selected Poems and Prose (2018) as well as one uncollected poem. This reading was originally given with Maurya Simon as the inaugural reading in the Tom Sanders Memorial Reading Series.

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Monica Sok reads poems from her collection A Nail the Evening Hangs On (2020). This reading was originally given alongside Tiana Clark.

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