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April 7, 2019

 

A Graduate Student Uses National Poetry Month To Consider…

Adam reads “April 7,” “April 19” and haiku from “Image Journal.”

March 17, 2019

 

Mother Bears, Our Golden Shovel

Adam reads “A Grad School Friend Chastises Me” and “Mother Bears, Our Golden Shovel.”

February 17, 2019

 

Conveyance

Adam reads “Conveyance,” “Pseudo-Rondeau for a Prison Classroom,” and “The Creature Notches Haiku on Tree Bark.”

March 4, 2018

 

Eating Malombo Fruit in Freetown

Yalie Kamara reads "Eating Malombo Fruit in Freetown, 1989," "Trim," "A Haiku Love Poem for Gabby Douglas," and two more haikus.

March 24, 2013

 

“The Mathematician”

Sue Swartz reads "The Mathematician," "The Line," and "In Search Of."

March 3, 2013

 

“Exposure” By Sue Swartz

Bloomington poet Sue Swartz reads "Why the Young Woman Hides her Baby Behind the KMart," "Outside Tapatios Bar," "Exposure," and two haikus.

April 12, 2009

 

Charles Greer – Galloping Big May Trails…

Charles Greer has lived in southern Indiana more than 30 years, teaching at Indiana University.  He reads from a work-in-progress written in the Haibun form, which weaves short poetry – often haiku – with lyric prose.

March 1, 2009

 

Charles Greer – Late Winter…

Charles Greer has lived in southern Indiana more than 30 years, teaching at Indiana University.  He reads from a work-in-progress written in the Haibun form, which weaves short poetry – often haiku – with lyric prose.

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