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UC Berkeley Literature Events
Interviews and lectures

UC Berkeley special events, interviews, and lectures featuring distinguished faculty and guests. To view these events as webcasts visit webcast.berkeley.edu. Full course lectures available, too.

Li-Young Lee
Li-Young Lee's collections of poems include The City in Which I Love You and Book of My Nights. In his poetry he explores a range of subjects, from his family's immigrant experiences to the haunting meditations of his most recent work.

"His poems are made from his life with his life; his poems are earned. He dares to be simple. And he is surely among the finest young poets alive," writes the American Poetry Review. He lives in Illinois.
Mary Ruefle
Mary Ruefle extends the territory of literature into realms that only poetry can reach, never losing touch with her amazing sense of humor. Her seven books of poetry include her recent Among the Musk Ox People. She lives in Massachusetts and is making her first trip to California in 20 years.
Luis Rodriguez
Luis Rodriguez has published eight books of poetry, memoir, and children's literature. His poetry, including Trochemoche, has won a Poetry Center Book Award, a PEN Josephine Miles Literary Award, and Foreword magazine's Silver Book Award. He is also widely known for his memoir of gang life, Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A., and for founding and directing Tia Chucha Press.
Cornelius Eady
Cornelius Eady's poetry meets the world's absurdities head-on with his own deft paradoxes. His highly personal use of language never detracts from its hard-hitting content. Eady's seven books of poetry include The Autobiography of a Jukebox, and his latest, Brutal Imagination. He's won the Academy of American Poets' Lamont Prize and teaches creative writing at CCNY.
Al Young
California Poet Laureate Al Young has created a profound and enduring body of work that represents our time. Young's numerous publications in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and for the stage and screen explore the American, human condition through the lens of the individual voice. Ray Gonz?lez writes that Young "paints a picture of who we are as a nation and how our complexity takes us beyond national borders as members of a global literary community." Originally born in Mississippi, Young resides in Berkeley.
Lawrence Ferlinghetti
A prominent figure in the wide-open poetry movement of the 50s, Ferlinghetti gave voice to a generation that changed the face of poetry forever. Challenging the elite's definition of art and the artist's role, Ferlinghetti founded City Lights Bookstore, providing a meeting place for writers, artists, and intellectuals for over a half century. Ferlinghetti's A Coney Island of the Mind continues to be the most popular poetry book in the United States. His most recent work, Americus Book I was published by New Directions in 2004. Lunch Poems: Lawrence Ferlinghetti2006Lunch Poems is a monthly poetry reading held on the UC Berkeley campus. This reading features Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
Mei-mei Berssenbrugge
Born in Beijing, China, but raised in Massachusetts, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge molds language with seemingly effortless beauty and grace that invites the reader on a journey between worlds. Among many other awards and distinctions, Berssenbrugge has received two NEA Fellowships and two American Book Awards. She has published three books of poetry, and Hiddenness, a collaboration with Richard Tuttle. Her selected poems, I Love Artists, is forthcoming from UC Press (April, 2006). She lives in New Mexico.
Joanne Kyger
A prominent figure in California?s poetry scene for decades, Joanne Kyger writes poetry influenced by her practice of Zen Buddhism and her ties to the poets of Black Mountain, the San Francisco Renaissance, and the Beat Generation. Her latest collection, About Now: Collected Poems is forthcoming from National Poetry Foundation. She frequently teaches at New College and the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
Fall 2007 Series Kick-off

Hosted by Robert Hass and university librarian Thomas Leonard, the kickoff features distinguished faculty and staff from a wide range of disciplines introducing and reading a favorite poem. This year's participants: Aftab Ahmad (South & Southeast Asian Studies), Ben Braun (Men's Basketball), Janet Broughton (Dean of Letters & Science, Philosophy), Jennifer Dorner (Library), E. Bond Francisco (Physical Plant), Cecil Giscombe (English), Lucia Jacobs (Psychology), Kathleen McCarthy (Classics and Comparative Literature), Paul Parish (Faculty Club), Kay Richards (East Asian Languages and Cultures, Center for Korean Studies).

Support for this series is provided by Mrs. William Main, the Library, The Morrison Library Fund, the dean's office of the College of Letters and Sciences, and the Townsend Center for the Humanities. These events are also partially supported by Poets & Writers, Inc. through a grant it has received from The James Irvine Foundation.

Additional information is available at lunchpoems.berkeley.edu.


Story Hour in the Library - Oakley Hall, with Michael Chabon

A celebrated California novelist and Berkeley alum, Oakley Hall has authored more than twenty works, most notably the recent Ambrose Bierce series, and Warlock, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Love and War in California was published in 2007, and like much of his work, focuses primarily on the historical American West. Hall was director of the writing program at the UC Irvine for twenty years, and in 1969 co-founded the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley. Among his many honors are lifetime achievement awards from the PEN Center and induction into the Cowboy Hall of Fame. Hall will read from his work and be interviewed by Michael Chabon, whose most recent work is The Yiddish Policeman's Union.

For more information see the Story Hour website

Support for this series is provided by the University Library and the Department of English.


Story Hour in the Library - Vikram Chandra

Vikram Chandra's best-selling Sacred Games was published in 2007. His previous works include Love and Longing in Bombay and Red Earth and Pouring Rain. The New York Times has praised "the Dickensian sweep" of his depictions of life in Mumbai, and Kirkus Reviews raves, "Chandra's writing is so elegant and so irresistible, it elevates the classic cops-and-robbers story to new heights." He is the winner of the Crossword Prize for English Fiction, the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book (Eurasia region) and the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, the David Higham Prize, and the Paris Review Discovery prize. He currently divides his time between Mumbai and Berkeley, California, where he teaches creative writing at the University of California.

The location of this event is UC Berkeley, 190 Doe Library



For more information see the Story Hour website

Support for this series is provided by the University Library and the Department of English.


Story Hour in the Library - Daniel Mason

Daniel Mason lives in California, where he received a medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco. His first novel, The Piano Tuner, published in 2002 and translated into 28 languages, was adapted as an opera and a play, and is currently in production as a film. Reviews across the country have lauded its sensuous lyricism, and its intelligent exploration of topics as wide-ranging as history, medicine, nature, and politics. In 2005, he was a Townsend Fellow at UC Berkeley. He has had short stories on prize-fighting and art and mental illness published in Harper's Magazine. His second novel, A Far Country, was published in 2007.



For more information see the Story Hour website

Support for this series is provided by the University Library and the Department of English.




Jessica Fisher
Jessica Fisher's Frail-Craft was the winner of the prestigious 2006 Yale Series of Younger Poets competition. Judge Louise Gl?ck writes, "what gives Jessica Fisher's work its sense of form, of repose, is her perfection of ear. That repose, with its strange mobility, its accommodation of surprise, is Fisher's particular genius." She is a doctoral candidate in English at U.C. Berkeley and is coeditor, with Robert Hass, of The Addison Street Anthology, which chronicles Berkeley's rich poetic history.
Story Hour in the Library - Melanie Abrams

Melanie Abrams' novel, Playing, is forthcoming from Grove/Atlantic in April 2008, and has already been acquired for translation in three different languages. Howard Norman says, "In her arresting debut novel Melanie Abrams is disturbingly expert at exhibiting how erotic obsession makes a courtship a dangerous game indeed. Unpredictable and unforgettable. A stunning writer." Melanie received her M.F.A. from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She currently teaches creative writing at UC Berkeley.

For more information see the Story Hour website

Support for this series is provided by the University Library and the Department of English.


Lunch Poems Series Kick-Off
SERIES KICK-OFF

Hosted by Robert Hass and university librarian Thomas C. Leonard, the kickoff features distinguished faculty and staff from a wide range of disciplines introducing and reading a favorite poem.

This year's participants:

Gibor Basri (Vice Chancellor, Equity and Inclusion)

Michaelyn Burnette (Humanities Librarian)

Walter Hood (Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning)

Claire Kremen (Environmental Science, Policy & Management),

Francine Masiello (Spanish & Portuguese)

Linda Norton (Regional Oral History, Bancroft Library),

Beth Piatote (Ethnic Studies)

Jiwon Shin (East Asian Languages & Cultures)

George Smoot (Physics)

Tim Zuniga (UCPD)



The Holloway Series in Poetry - Tom Pickard with Graduate Poet Hillary Gravendyk
Tom Pickard, "one of the livest truest poets of Great Britain" (Allen Ginsberg), is the author of nine books of poetry spanning four decades: from High on the Walls (1968) to The Ballad of Jamie Allan (Flood Editions, 2007). He has, in addition, made several documentaries, including We Make Ships (1988) about labor history in the north of England and Birmingham is What I Think With (1991) about the poet Roy Fisher.

Hillary Gravendyk (Co-curator Autumn 2006-Spring 2008) is a PhD candidate in literature at UC Berkeley, writing her dissertation 20th century American poetry and phenomenology. She is the 2006 and 2008 recipient of the Eisner Prize in Poetry, and her poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in American Letters & Commentary, Octopus Magazine, Tarpaulin Sky, The Colorado Review and other publications; her chapbook of poems The Naturalist was published by Achiote Press in 2008. She also co-curates Poems Against War, sponsored by the Berkeley Architecture department. Hillary loves undergraduate teaching, and is the recent recipient of both the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor award, and the university-wide Teaching Effectiveness Award.



Story Hour in the Library - Michael Chabon
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, screenwriter, columnist and short story writer Michael Chabon has been hailed as "one of the most celebrated writers of his generation" (The Virginia Quarterly Review). Chabon's books include Mysteries of Pittsburgh, Wonder Boys,The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay,and most recently, The Yiddish Policeman's Union.



Ilya Kaminsky
Born in Odessa, Ilya Kaminsky immigrated to the United States in 1993 when his family was granted asylum by the American government. Polish poet Adam Zagajewski says of Kaminsky, "He grafts the gifts of the Russian newer literary tradition on the American tree of poetry and forgetting." Kaminsky teaches comparative literature, poetry and literary translation at San Diego State University.
Story Hour in the Library - Bharati Mukherjee and Clark Blaise
Born in 1940 in Calcutta, Bharati Mukherjee spent her childhood in India and Britain before moving to the United States. Her celebrated titles include Days and Nights in Calcutta and The Middleman and Other Stories. Clark Blaise has published numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, including If I Were Me and Lunar Attractions. Both have served as faculty in Berkeley's English department, and they have been married for 45 years.



The Holloway Series in Poetry - Michael McClure
Bay area countercultural icon Michael McClure's numerous works include Dark Brown (poems, 1961), the controversial play The Beard (1965), "Ghost Tantras" (some of which he famously read to the lions at the San Francisco Zoo), albums with keyboardist Ray Manzarek, his recent poems Rain Mirror (New Directions, 1999), and a recent republication of a 1957 children's book, The Boobus and the Bunnyduck, made in collaboration with the artist Jess.

The Holloway Series in Poetry - D.S. Marriot
Pre-Halloween poetry from the author of "Incognegro."
Robin Blaser
Robin Blaser emerged from the Berkeley Renaissance of the 1940s and '50s along with Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan, and later established himself as one of Canada's foremost experimental poets. In addition to numerous works of poetry, criticism, and translation, Blaser has also penned an English and Latin opera libretto entitled The Last Supper in collaboration with Sir Harrison Birtwistle.



Story Hour in the Library - Cornelia Nixon
Cornelia Nixon's books include Now You See It and Angels Go Naked, and a book of literary criticism on D.H. Lawrence. She is the winner of two O. Henry Awards, two Pushcart Prizes, a Nelson Algren Award and the Carl Sandburg Award for Fiction. Nixon recently completed a Civil War novel, and is working on both a surfing novel and a memoir. A Berkeley alumna, she is on the faculty at Mills College.
Lunch Poems - Tracy K. Smith
Tracy K. Smith received degrees in English and creative writing from Harvard and Columbia, and was a Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford. Her first book, The Body's Question, was awarded the 2002 Cave Canem Poetry Prize, and her most recent collection, Duende: Poems, received the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets. She teaches creative writing at Princeton.



Story Hour in the Library - Sylvia Brownrigg
Sylvia Brownrigg's newest novel, Morality Tale, is an analysis of a modern marriage which The New York Times Book Review calls "divinely deadpan." She has written four other works of fiction, including the New York Times Notable Book The Metaphysical Touch and the Lambda Award-winning Pages for You. She divides her time between Berkeley and England.
Lunch Poems - Tomaz Salamun
One of the great postwar Central European poets, Slovenian Tomaz Salamun has published over thirty books. Publisher's Weekly praises his "postmodern mix of giddy and global [and] the earthy retrospect he takes from his homeland." Salamun has taught at universities around the world. His There's the Hand and There's the Arid Chair, translated by Thomas Kane, is forthcoming from Counterpath Press in 2009.

http://lunchpoems.berkeley.edu/



The Holloway Series In Poetry - Ann Lauterbach
ANN LAUTERBACH is the author of seven books of poems; her most recent book is The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience. She is a Professor at Bard College, where she co-directs the writing division of the MFA program.



http://holloway.english.berkeley.edu/

Story Hour in the Library - Judith Freeman
Judith Freeman's The Long Embrace (2007)-- about novelist Raymond Chandler and his wife--was described as "part biography, part detective story, part love story, and part s?ance" by novelist Janet Fitch. Freeman's novel Red Water was named one of the Los Angeles Times' 100 Best Books of 2002. She divides her time between rural Idaho and Los Angeles, where she teaches in the writing program at the University of Southern California.


The Holloway Series in Poetry - Rob Fitterman
ROB FITTERMAN is the author of the series Metropolis XXX: The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Metropolis 16-29, and Metropolis 1-15, as well as War, The Musical with Dirk Rowntree. He lives and works in New York.

Lunch Poems - Gary Snyder
Born in San Francisco in 1930, world-renowned poet, essayist, and environmentalist Gary Snyder has published sixteen books of poetry and prose, and received the Pulitzer Prize in 1974 for Turtle Island. Snyder has traveled widely and lived for extended periods of time in Japan, where he studied and practiced Rinzai Zen. He is currently a professor at University of California, Davis.
The Holloway Series In Poetry - A.B. Spellman
A.B. SPELLMAN published his first book of poems, The Beautiful Days, in 1964, and his second, Things I Must Have Known, just last year. Between these books, he worked for many years for the NEA and taught African-American studies, poetry, and jazz at Emory, Rutgers, and Harvard Universities.

Story Hour in the Library - ZZ Packer
Named one of Granta's Best of Young American Novelists, ZZ Packer has received a Commonwealth Club Fiction Award, Wallace Stegner and Guggenheim Fellowships, and a Whiting Award. Her acclaimed 2003 collection Drinking Coffee Elsewhere features eight stories whose subjects range from Girl Scouts to expatriates in Japan. Originally from Chicago, Packer is currently writing a novel set in the post-Civil War period.
Story Hour Presents Michael Ondaatje in Conversation with Robert Hass
Michael Ondaatje in Conversation with Robert Hass

Lunch Poems - A Korean Wave
A remarkably strong generation of women poets has emerged in Korea in the last decade. For a week in April five of them will be visiting Berkeley, reading, and talking to Korean-American poets and the women poets of the Bay Area. This is a very rare chance to hear some of the most important and exciting voices in Asia: Jeongrye Choi, Young Mi Choi, Hyesoon Kim, Ra Hee-duk, Chung-hee Moon. They will be joined by Korean-American poets Cathy Hong, Suji Kwok, Sandra Lim, and Myung Mi Kim.
The Holloway Series In Poetry - Cyrus Console
Cyrus Console's first book of poems, Brief Under Water, was published last year by Burning Deck Press. He lives in Kansas and teaches at the Kansas City Art Institute.





The Holloway Series in Poetry - Ariana Reines
WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT

This program contains strong language and is intended for mature audiences only



ARIANA REINES is the author of Coeur de Lion and The Cow, and is this year's Roberta C. Holloway Visiting Lecturer in the Practice of Poetry.

Lunch Poems - Student Reading
One of the year's most lively events, this includes winners of the following prizes: Academy of American Poets, Cook, Rosenberg, and Yang, students nominated by Berkeley's creative writing faculty, Lunch Poems volunteers, and representatives from student publications.
Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading
Story Hour in the Library celebrates the student writers in our community with its first student reading. The event will feature short excepts of work by winners of the year's biggest prose prizes, Story Hour in the Library interns, and faculty nominees.
Holloway Series in Poetry - Geoff Bouvier
Lunch Poems - Graham Foust
Holloway Series in Poetry - Alan Bernheimer
Gary Snyder: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Riprap
Lunch Poems - Richard Moore
Story Hour in the Library - Mary Roach
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Brenda Coultas and Wayde Compton
Dan Bellm
Story Hour in the Library - Daniel Alarc?n
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Brenda Hillman
John Matthias
Mary Karr
Dan Rather: Is the Media Failing in America?
Lunch Poems - Natasha Tretheway
Story Hour in the Library - Sara Houghteling
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Bruce Andrews
Lunch Poems - Maxine Hong Kingston
Lunch Poems - Lisa Chen
Lunch Poems: Amiri Baraka
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Oni Buchanan
Story Hour in the Library - Michelle Richmond
Literature as Resistance: Role of Clandestine Literature in Dictatorships like Iran
Helene Cixous: The Flying Manuscript
Khaled Hosseini at the University Library
The Sixty-Third Annual Meeting of the Friends of The Bancroft Library
Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading
Lunch Poems - Student Reading
Lunch Poems Fall 2010 Series Kick-Off
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Faculty Reading
Holloway Series in Poetry - Matthew Zapruder
Story Hour in the Library - Rabih Alameddine
Story Hour in the Library - David Sheff
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Rachel Zolf
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Kenneth Irby
Lunch Poems - Indigo Moor
Story Hour in the Library - Laurie King
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Honoring the Life and Work of Larry Eigner
The Poets and Editors of the Anthology, Indivisible: Contemporary South Asian American Poetry (2010)
Story Hour in the Library - Gene Yang
A Memorial Reading for Leslie Scalapino
Holloway Poetry Series- Robert Duncan's H.D. Book
Holloway Poetry Series- Arthur Sze
Lunch Poems - Camille T. Dungy
Story Hour in the Library - Chris Adrian
Lunch Poems - Troung Tran
Story Hour in the Library - Yiyun Li
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Carl Dennis
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Richard Tillinghast
Lunch Poems - Geoffrey G. O'Brien
Story Hour in the Library - Maxine Hong Kingston
The Holloway Series in Poetry - Kimiko Hahn
Lunch Poems - Student Reading
Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading

  1. Li-Young Lee (19.4Mb)
  2. Mary Ruefle (20Mb)
  3. Luis Rodriguez (21.3Mb)
  4. Cornelius Eady (26.2Mb)
  5. Al Young (21.7Mb)
  6. Lawrence Ferlinghetti (22.3Mb)
  7. Mei-mei Berssenbrugge (19.6Mb)
  8. Joanne Kyger (15.3Mb)
  9. Fall 2007 Series Kick-off (20.1Mb)
  10. Story Hour in the Library - Oakley Hall, with Michael Chabon (28.6Mb)
  11. Story Hour in the Library - Vikram Chandra (26.3Mb)
  12. Story Hour in the Library - Daniel Mason (21.6Mb)
  13. Jessica Fisher (15.5Mb)
  14. Story Hour in the Library - Melanie Abrams (15.8Mb)
  15. Lunch Poems Series Kick-Off (24.5Mb)
  16. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Tom Pickard with Graduate Poet Hillary Gravendyk (34.4Mb)
  17. Story Hour in the Library - Michael Chabon (28.4Mb)
  18. Ilya Kaminsky (19.5Mb)
  19. Story Hour in the Library - Bharati Mukherjee and Clark Blaise (25.7Mb)
  20. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Michael McClure (38.8Mb)
  21. Robin Blaser (24Mb)
  22. Story Hour in the Library - Cornelia Nixon (32.7Mb)
  23. Lunch Poems - Tracy K. Smith (14.2Mb)
  24. Story Hour in the Library - Sylvia Brownrigg (23.7Mb)
  25. Lunch Poems - Tomaz Salamun (17Mb)
  26. The Holloway Series In Poetry - Ann Lauterbach (37.1Mb)
  27. Story Hour in the Library - Judith Freeman (30.5Mb)
  28. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Rob Fitterman (32.9Mb)
  29. Lunch Poems - Gary Snyder (35.5Mb)
  30. The Holloway Series In Poetry - A.B. Spellman (29.9Mb)
  31. Story Hour in the Library - ZZ Packer (26.3Mb)
  32. Story Hour Presents Michael Ondaatje in Conversation with Robert Hass (23Mb)
  33. Lunch Poems - A Korean Wave (27.1Mb)
  34. The Holloway Series In Poetry - Cyrus Console (30.8Mb)
  35. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Ariana Reines (29.2Mb)
  36. Lunch Poems - Student Reading (24.5Mb)
  37. Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading (23.2Mb)
  38. Holloway Series in Poetry - Geoff Bouvier (29.8Mb)
  39. Lunch Poems - Graham Foust (20.1Mb)
  40. Holloway Series in Poetry - Alan Bernheimer (25.1Mb)
  41. Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Riprap.mp3: Gary Snyder: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Riprap (unknown file size)
  42. Lunch Poems - Richard Moore (21.6Mb)
  43. Story Hour in the Library - Mary Roach (22.5Mb)
  44. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Brenda Coultas and Wayde Compton (26.8Mb)
  45. Dan Bellm (18.2Mb)
  46. Story Hour in the Library - Daniel Alarcón (28.4Mb)
  47. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Brenda Hillman (33.5Mb)
  48. John Matthias (23.3Mb)
  49. Mary Karr (21.8Mb)
  50. Is the Media Failing in America?.mp3: Dan Rather: Is the Media Failing in America? (unknown file size)
  51. Lunch Poems - Natasha Tretheway (21.1Mb)
  52. Story Hour in the Library - Sara Houghteling (19.2Mb)
  53. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Bruce Andrews (49.3Mb)
  54. Lunch Poems - Maxine Hong Kingston (26Mb)
  55. Amiri Baraka.mp3: Lunch Poems: Amiri Baraka (unknown file size)
  56. Lunch Poems - Lisa Chen (13.6Mb)
  57. Story Hour in the Library - Michelle Richmond (26.8Mb)
  58. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Oni Buchanan (35Mb)
  59. Role of Clandestine Literature in Dictatorships like Iran.mp3: Literature as Resistance: Role of Clandestine Literature in Dictatorships like Iran (unknown file size)
  60. The Flying Manuscript.mp3: Helene Cixous: The Flying Manuscript (unknown file size)
  61. Khaled Hosseini at the University Library (30.9Mb)
  62. The Sixty-Third Annual Meeting of the Friends of The Bancroft Library (28.6Mb)
  63. Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading (17.6Mb)
  64. Lunch Poems - Student Reading (20.8Mb)
  65. Lunch Poems Fall 2010 Series Kick-Off (23Mb)
  66. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Faculty Reading (38.7Mb)
  67. Holloway Series in Poetry - Matthew Zapruder (18.9Mb)
  68. Story Hour in the Library - Rabih Alameddine (24.1Mb)
  69. Story Hour in the Library - David Sheff (27.7Mb)
  70. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Rachel Zolf (34.9Mb)
  71. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Kenneth Irby (42.9Mb)
  72. Lunch Poems - Indigo Moor (19.8Mb)
  73. Story Hour in the Library - Laurie King (23.3Mb)
  74. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Honoring the Life and Work of Larry Eigner (59.4Mb)
  75. Contemporary South Asian American Poetry (2010).mp3: The Poets and Editors of the Anthology, Indivisible: Contemporary South Asian American Poetry (2010) (unknown file size)
  76. Story Hour in the Library - Gene Yang (21.6Mb)
  77. A Memorial Reading for Leslie Scalapino (81.3Mb)
  78. Holloway Poetry Series- Robert Duncan's H.D. Book (49.5Mb)
  79. Holloway Poetry Series- Arthur Sze (34.2Mb)
  80. Lunch Poems - Camille T. Dungy (18.6Mb)
  81. Story Hour in the Library - Chris Adrian (27.1Mb)
  82. Lunch Poems - Troung Tran (19Mb)
  83. Story Hour in the Library - Yiyun Li (26.7Mb)
  84. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Carl Dennis (26.8Mb)
  85. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Richard Tillinghast (23.3Mb)
  86. Lunch Poems - Geoffrey G. O'Brien (20Mb)
  87. Story Hour in the Library - Maxine Hong Kingston (31.9Mb)
  88. The Holloway Series in Poetry - Kimiko Hahn (34.5Mb)
  89. Lunch Poems - Student Reading (34.7Mb)
  90. Story Hour in the Library - Student Reading (21.6Mb)
  91. The Holloway Series in Poetry - D.S. Marriot (20.6Mb)

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