Emily reads "Travel Poems," "Fantasy: Georgia O'Keeffe Does Laundry," and "Georgia's Ghost Ranch: Abiquiu, New Mexico."
Erika Meitner reads "Pediatric Escatology" and "Preventing Teen Cough Medicine Abuse."
Post Moxie, a book length poem in three main sections, won the 2009 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry.
Sarah Ruhlen reads "Because Man Cannot Help Love a Lode Stone," "The Mother of the Lunatics," "Building the Tower of Babel," and "I Hid Butterflies for Him."
Matt Colglazier reads "The Fair," "The Flood," "Beck's Mill," "Seymour," and "French Lick" on this extended web edition of The Poets Weave.
Christopher Citro reads Jason Wesco’s poems “Kentucky Bottoms,” “city-broke,” "Cheat River Coffinworks," and more...
Nancy Pulley's new chapbook Dream Puzzle was published in the spring 2009 by Art In the Heartland Publishing.
Suzanne Sturgeon has been writing poetry for five years and is a member of the Free Range Poets.
Having turned 69 in "09," Bloomington poet Roger Pfingston says he's not looking forward to 70, but considering his options, turning 70 is better than not...
On this edition of The Poets Weave, host Jenny Kander reads David Wagoner's poem "Whistling," and a set of his didactic poems.