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    • Ray Gonzalez: 03-10-2004 

      Gonzalez, Ramon (2004-03-10)
      The author Ray Gonzalez begins the interview by reading the poem "A Tiny Clay Doll with No Arms" from his book The Hawk Temple at Tierra Grande. The interview continues with a discussion of The Underground Heart, a collection ...
    • Richard Howard and Carolyn Kizer: 4/4/1974 

      Howard, Richard; Kizer, Carolyn (1974-04-04)
    • Richard Wilbur: 03-13-1969 

      Wilbur, Richard P.; Fitz Gerald, Gregory; Heyen, William (1969-03-13)
      In an interview recorded March 13, 1969, Richard Wilbur discusses oratorical qualities in American poetry. Wilbur cites Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" and three political works of his own to compare, as interviewer Wiliam Heyen ...
    • Rion Amilcar Scott: 5/5/2021 

      Scott, Rion Amilcar (2021-05-05)
    • Rita Dove: 03-06-1985 

      Dove, Rita; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel; Kitchen, Judith (1985-03-06)
      Dove discusses her fascination with the unseen and insignificant details of historical events and individual lives. This interest in the less celebrated moments of experience shaped Museum and Thomas and Beulah. Her careful ...
    • Robert Bly: 12/1/1971 

      Bly, Robert (1971-12-01)
      Poet Robert Bly reads from a selection of his poems against the Vietnam War, including “Counting Small Bodies”, followed by an interview and discussion about his poetry and his feelings about the war. There are also some ...
    • Robert Bly: 3/11/1970 

      Bly, Robert (1970-03-11)
    • Robert Creeley: 3/18/1970 

      Creeley, Robert (1970-03-18)
    • Robert Creeley: 4/2/1973 

      Creeley, Robert (1973-04-02)
    • Robert Hayden: 03-03-1975 

      Hayden, Robert; Poulin, Al (1975-03-03)
      Hayden talks about being a poor teenager in Detroit trying to write poems like Cullen and Hughes and about his later shift away from specifically African American themes. He sees a parallel between his life and Yeats's ...
    • Robin Morgan: 10-03-1980 

      Morgan, Robin; Parshall, Rodney L.; Higashi, Sumiko; Robertson, Mary Elsie (1980-10-03)
      In an interview recorded October 4, 1980, Robin Morgan describes how revolutionary/radical feminism can transform the world. Morgan’s book Sisterhood is Powerful is referenced throughout the interview.
    • Robin Wall Kimmerer: 10/20/2021 

      Kimmerer, Robin Wall (2021-10-20)
    • Robin Wall Kimmerer: 10/20/2021 (live stream) 

      Kimmerer, Robin Wall (2021-10-20)
    • Ronald Gross: 2/5/1969 

      Gross, Ronald (1969-02-05)
    • Rushworth M. Kidder: 10-13-1978 

      Kidder, Rushworth M.; Gerber, Philip L. (1978-10-13)
    • Samuel Noah Kramer: 10-06-1981 

      Kramer, Samuel Noah; Maier, John R. (1981-10-06)
      Samuel Noah Kramer was a Sumerian history and language expert and the author of over 25 books and 150 articles on Sumer. He begins the interview by reading a piece of Sumerian literature and continues by discussing what ...
    • Sarah Freligh: 09-14-2016 

      Freligh, Sarah (2016-09-14)
      In an interview conducted September 14, 2016, poet and teacher Sarah Freligh discusses her work.
    • Seamus Heaney: 01-26-1984 

      Heaney, Seamus; Heyen, William; Fitz Gerald, Gregory; Ingersoll, Earl G. (1984-01-26)
      Seamus Heaney opens this interview, recorded on January 26, 1984, with a reading of his poem "Digging." He discusses growing up in Ulster, Northern Ireland as a Catholic in a hostile political and cultural climate. Heaney ...
    • Sejal Shah: 9/23/2020 

      Shah, Sejal (2020-09-23)
    • Sherwin B. Nuland: 10-04-2000 

      Nuland, Sherwin B.; Rubin, Stan Sanvel (2000-10-04)
      The non-fiction writer, surgeon, and former professor at Yale School of Medicine Sherwin B. Nuland begins the interview by reading a passage from his book The Mystery Within. The interview continues with Nuland discussing ...