Ted Greenwald on WAMU-FM's Washington Review of the Arts, 1976


Ted Greenwald on WAMU-FM’s Washington Review of the Arts, 1976
, featuring Doug Lang, Terence Winch, and Tim Dlugos (3/26/76). The recording of this reading, long a staple of Greenwald’s PennSound author page, has now been segmented by Anna Zalokostas:

  1. introduction (2:02): MP3
  2. Terence Winch introducing Ted Greenwald and discussing the NY-DC poetry connection (5:59): MP3
  3. Saturday Night (0:40): MP3
  4. The words to the song were about love (0:28): MP3
  5. Ah! (1:16): MP3
  6. The piano shivered (0:22): MP3
  7. The form of the word (0:05): MP3
  8. Common Sense (0:08): MP3
  9. The gun raised and fired at the man next to the blue car (0:44): MP3
  10. Poems pile up (0:12): MP3
  11. A man was on a hill looking down (0:28): MP3
  12. P.S. (2:42): MP3
  13. Whiff (2:08): MP3
  14. Ninth Street (1:53): MP3
  15. We're in a strange country (0:39): MP3
  16. on the sense of humor in Greenwald's poetry (2:15): MP3
  17. on reading other poets' work aloud (2:16): MP3
  18. on introductory poetry courses and the physical presence of the poet (3:25): MP3

Photo above by Charles Bernstein, 2007.