Al Filreis

Audio recordings of Harriet Monroe

Thanks to the scholarly sleuthing, the archival negotiating, the digitizing, the uploading and filenaming, and the context-setting of Chris Mustazza, PennSound is now adding eight audio recordings of Harriet Monroe — the founding editor of Poetry and one of the crucial figures in the editorial acceptance and promotion of modernism in the U.S. — made in 1932.

Mayer and Good

From left to right: Erica Kaufman, Julia Bloch, Bernadette Mayer and Philip Good — at the Kelly Writers House, October 21, 2014, on a day when Mayer participated in a live webcast conversation with participants in the free, open online course called ModPo, recorded a session of PoemTalk on "February" by James Schuyler, and gave a reading with Philip Good. The recording of the webcast discussion is available here. The recording of the Mayer/Good reading is available here. The events are fully described here.

Lee Ann Brown talks about 'Tender Buttons'

Lee Ann Brown talks about Tender Buttons at the Kelly Writers House on October 1, 2014. Photo by Michael Bergmann.

On H.D.'s imagism

A 27-minute introductory discussion

Here is a new 27-minute introductory discussion of H.D.’s imagism — with Dee Morris, Julia Bloch, and Annette Debo: MP3.

Making dying illegal

Madeline Gins

Madeline Gins performs her piece “Making Dying Illegal” in 2007 (new at PennSound): http://bit.ly/1salR8S