Saturday, March 28, 2020

Poetry audio & video on line

"A bilingual gallery of Russian verse" to listen to
includes readings by Mayakovsky, Pasternak, Esenin, Akhmatova & Mandelstam. also some poems of Mayakovsky¿s read by his lover, Lilly Brik.

About Poems  Susan Howe Talks about Emily Dickinson

Amusing  Robert Duncan and Barret Watten talking about Zukofsky  3-year old reciting Tennyson's "The Eagle" A 'Beatnik Poem' from the 1958 teen B movie High School Confidential

And something to read instead of listen to  posts by Susan Schultz

Archives Laurable index of poetry sound files on the web, including all the Factory School materials. In addition, a poetry weblog Poet's House  Kenward Elmslie's videos.  Mostly of poetry

Archives: University of Pennsylvania has taken over SUNY Buffalo's archive  Electronic Poetry Center  digital poetry and dance !   Mei-mei Berssenbrugge  reading & conversation with Charles Bernstein  Electronic Poetry Center U Pennsylvania  Jackson Mac Low  "The Morning of the Poem";O=A  includes Tracie Morris

Ashbery  "Paradoxes & Oxymorons" by Ashbery.  illustrated Group Reading of Ashbery's "Flow Chart"
John Ashberry on MTV  e.g. "Daffy Duck in Hollywood" by John Ashbery (read by Tom O'Bedlam)

Barbara Guest:

Brooklyn Poets

Discussions  Discussions of poems -- podcast  Discussion of Frost's "Mending Wall"  Melissa Goodrum on the Life of a Poet

Interviews with poets  right sidebar or scroll down on the main page With all sorts of Writers

Jennifer Moxley ("epistemology-centered poetry")
Jemma Borg: reading:  website:  more at: "Joel Kuszai's growing collection of sound files in Real Audio. The only problem with the Factory School site is that it doesn't permit you to download the file, only to stream it over the net. The site has some excellent African-American recordings (Countee Cullen!) and genuine rarities, including Robert Browning and a reading by Larry Eigner."  Leeland Hickman "The Hidden" + animation by Claudio Martins and Pedro Paulo Araujo

Language Poetry:
Armantrout: on Rae Armantrout's "Speech Acts"  Armantrout reads from Versed  Armantrout audio
Hejinian:  Lyn Hejinian: Poetic Beginnings
Fanny Howe: Fanny Howe
Bruce Andrews:  The Holloway Series in Poetry - Bruce Andrews starts @ 26 minutes
Charles Bernstein: Charles Bernstein "Solidarity Is the Name We Give to What We Cannot Hold"  (Amusing)  Charles Bernstein Near/Miss Charles Bernstein Near/Miss Charles Bernstein Near/Miss Charles Bernstein Near/Miss
Ron Silliman:  Silliman reading from Ketjak  Silliman reading at the University of Paris Diderot with translations by Martin Richet  Silliman recordings and videos
"Often people say that the poetry is difficult because it's anti-narrative. But in fact, actually, every single sentence is a narrative and I would characterize it more as hyper-narrative rather than anti-narrative. And once you get past that stumbling block it's no harder than Gregory Corso."  Ron Silliman  Ron Silliman

Podcasts    Hosted by poets Danez Smith and Franny Choi, produced by Daniel Kisslinger, and presented by the Poetry Foundation and Postloudness. The Slowdown with Tracy K Smith Commonplace with Rachel Zucker  she’s interviewed your favorite poet already. Armantrout, Tracie Morris, ...  Podcast #98: Yusef Komunyakaa on Politics, Imagery, and Memorizing Poetry
 Poetry Foundation? Because they have 1,000 podcasts and they’re all amazing. I promise to only recommend two. POTS explores the diverse world of contemporary American poetry with readings by poets, interviews with critics, and short poetry documentaries.
Poetry Foundation VS is the voice of contemporary poetry: it’s insightful, it’s boisterous, and it’s a goddamn good time. VS isn’t any ol’ interview podcast; the concept is really interesting. Poets come onto the mic to confront the ideas that move them, both in real life and on the page. This to conversations you would never expect, which makes the best audio. Though the best part of the show has to be the hosts. Danez Smith and Franny Choi,
The Slowdown with Tracy K Smith
Commonplace with Rachel Zucker   she’s interviewed your favorite poet already.
The New Yorker: Poetry
The Poetry Corner Sections of Wonderful!  Rachel McElroy,  Immerse yourself in a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama  recc Lina Zerbarini  List  List  List List  Sound clips from Kathy Acker, Laurie Anderson, Caroline Bergvall, Denise Levertov, Lydia Lunch, Patti Smith, Eileen Myles, and many more.  21:00

Richard Burton reading - playlists  Thomas Hardy. Excellent   Various  Various  Rime of the Ancient Mariner  Dylan Thomas John Donne

Rita Dove  Rita Dove Rita Dove reading from _Sonata_Mullatica_ Rita Dove "Parsley"  Rita Dove Interview

Some readings from the late 70s:  Gwendolyn Brooks @ Stony Brook  Ginsberg @ Stony Brook  Raymond Patterson @ Stony Brook  Jane Kenyon @ Stony Brook THE POET’S VOICE: Rachel Blau DuPlessis & Nathaniel Mackey  Stony Brook Metaphor ?Carl Rakosi?  Bruce Andrews (former editor of L*A*N*G*U*A*G*E) Rita Dove Sonata Mulattica  Gregory Orr @ Stony Brook  Levertov at Stony Brook  Def Poetry - rafael casal - Barbie & Ken 101 Seamus Heaney reads “Deor,” an Anglo-Saxon Poem of Exile and Longing  Vittoria repetto reads from my fingers wonder Amram  Many Long Islanders Carmen Bugan Terri Muuss "Words Hurt" by Ryan Cassata Gladys Henderson  "Graduation" by Frankie Soto  Lindenhurst Library Poetry Jam V Rachel Blau Duplessis Rachel Blau DuPlessis Reading Part 2 Tiana Clark joins Kevin Young to read and discuss Natasha Trethewey's poem "Repentance," and her own poem, "Nashville." Jack Gilbert and Linda Gregg - Part 2  Lunch Poems: Suji Kwock Kim  Lunch Poems: Suzanne Guerlac Eleni Sikelianos "From Delphi 1927"  Puma Perl performs "Dinner"  A Love poem by Ikkyu  William J Barnum  Kerouac Haiku Jen Scappettone reads a cube poem  Chrysanthemum Equilibrium," A Poem by Charley Shively "Seeing the Remains of Sappho's Poem on Old Age: by Xave James Grey Adriel Luis reading voice-over video of the poem's events "Open Letter from Christ to His Church" by Melissa May Keith Douglas "Aristocrats" Poem animation WW2 Annie Clarkson "Valentine's Day" Rich Puchalsky Whose Dust Did You Say - J. H. Prynne  Jane Hirshfield East Hampton Poetry Marathon 2018-07-08  Hosted by Al Filreis and featuring Jerome Rothenberg, Selena Dyer, and Jonathan Dick.