Reading

Donald Hall reads from The Alligator Bride: Poems New and Selected (1969) and The Yellow Room (1971). He also reads poems that would be collected in The Town of Hill (1975) along with several that remain uncollected, including a series of surrealistic limericks.

Reading

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

Reading
James Tate returns to read for the Poetry Center for the first time since 1968, performing poems from several books.
Reading
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.
Reading
In this reading, originally given with Jim Simmerman, Karen Brennan reads poetry and prose from The Real Enough World (2005) and The Garden in Which I Walk (2004), as well as several unpublished poems.

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