PoemTalk's first 46 episodes

PT#1: William Carlos Williams between walls
PT#2
: Adrienne Rich won't wait
PT#3
: George Oppen's ballad
PT#4
: Allen Ginsberg sings Blake
PT#5
: Ted Berrigan's "3 Pages"
PT#6
: Jaap Blonk sound poem
PT#7
: Jerome Rothenberg's paradise
PT#8
: Rae Armantrout's "The Way"
PT#9
: John Ashbery at a crossroads
PT#10
: one of Gertrude Stein's portraits
PT#11
: Erica Hunt's "voice of no"
PT#12
: Ezra Pound's America
PT#13
: Kathleen Fraser's dangerous highway
PT#14
: Wallace Stevens at the end
PT#15
: Lyn Hejinian's change
PT#16
: Creeley driving the car
PT#17
: Rodrigo Toscano's political poetics
PT#18
: Lydia Davis has a position
PT#19
: Bob Perelman's inner unruly child
PT#20
: Amiri Baraka's Kenyatta
PT#21
: Charles Bernstein's restlessness
PT#22
: Louis Zukofsky begins anew
PT#23
: Cid Corman really knew terror
PT#24
: Barbara Guest, a poem about painting
PT#25
: Alice Notley on the Lower East Side
PT#26
: wild Vachel Lindsay
PT#27
: Robert Duncan opens the field
PT#28
: Jack Spicer to shrink: drop dead
PT#29
: Kit Robinson ponders mad men
PT#30
: the W. C. Williams we remember
PT#31
: Robert Grenier's box of poem-cards
PT#32
: Susan Howe's Emily Dickinson
PT#33
: flarfist Sharon Mesmer
PT#34
: Charles Olson's Maximus
PT#35: Bruce Andrews at the center
PT#36
: J. Scappettone writes through H.D.
PT#37
: Jena Osman drops leaflets
PT#38
: Norman Fischer would like to see it
PT#39: Etheridge Knight & Gwendolyn Brooks
PT#40: Susan Schultz blogs dementia
PT#41: Ezra Pound in Venice
PT#42: Nathaniel Tarn's eco-poetics
PT#43: John Weiners by night
PT#44: Fred Wah's race to go
PT#45: Eileen Myles does what she teaches
PT#46: Jackson Mac Low writes through Ezra