Carruth, Hayden. Brothers, I Loved You All: Poems 1969-1977. New York: The Sheep Meadow Press, 1978.
In this, Louise Glück's first performance at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, she opens with some poems from her third book, The Garden, and then reads from the manuscript of her book Descending Figure, which would be published two years later.
Hayden Carruth reads a generous selection of work written from the 1960s to the early 1990s, from his Collected Shorter Poems, 1946-1991 (1992) published the same year as this reading. Many of the poems embody the people, places, and rural culture of Vermont. By request, he closes his reading with a poem about James Wright.
Robert Pack reads widely from his work and comments on the stories behind many of his poems.
Roger Weingarten reads "The Tale of The Green Rose," which is the last poem in The Vermont Suicides (1978).
Brian Teare reads new and uncollected work and discusses ecopoetics, ecofeminism, and climate change. This reading was given as part of the Climate Change & Poetry Series.