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Archive for The Poets Weave

October 19, 2014

Winter Run

Brian O'Neill reads "Winter Run" and "Joe, Born 1895 Near Bean Blossom Creek, Indiana."

September 28, 2014


Photograph: Father And Grandfather Fishing The Pier...

O'Neill reads "Anniversary Poem for Ann," "Tectonic of Love," "Photograph: Father and Grandfather Fishing the Pier at Michigan City, and "One Month After."

September 21, 2014

The Stock Girl

Brian O'Neill reads his poems "Late March," "The Stock Girl," and "Revise, Revise."

September 14, 2014


"After A Long Drought" By Brian O'Neill

Bloomington-based poet Brian O'Neill reads "After a Long Drought (for Polymer)" and "Sodbusters."

May 11, 2014


Poetry And Conversation With Mark Wunderlich

Mark Wunderlich reads poems from his new collection and sits down for a chat with us!

May 4, 2014


"White Fur" By Mark Wunderlich

Award-winning poet and teacher Mark Wunderlich reads works from his new collection.

April 27, 2014


Log Cabin, Sunshine And Shadow

Suzanne Sturgeon read a selection of her recent poems.

April 20, 2014


Not A Good Year For Morels

Indiana poet Suzanne Sturgeon reads poems of deer crossings, mushrooms, and things of long (and not so long) ago.

April 13, 2014


Portrait Of Appalachian-Chinese Girls...

Lisa Kwong reads "Declaration," "Portrait of Appalachian-Chinese Girls in Their Grandmother's Garden," and "Tai Shan, Canton Came to Radford, Virginia."

April 6, 2014


Lucy The Teenaged Werewolf Didn't Always Stalk Boys

Virginia Thomas reads a set of poems about Lucy the Teenaged Werewolf.

March 30, 2014


It's Past Midnight In Bloomington

Doug Paul Case reads "

March 23, 2014


Lilith Strikes Back

Poet Ciara Miller reads her poems "War Stories," "How Cute the Boy," "Lilith Strikes Back," and "From the Hen Your Husband Fetishizes."

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