Reader: Peters, Robert

Accession Number - 371

Date: 03/04/80
Length: 60 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: From The Great American Poetry Bake-Off: "Gary Snyder as Melon-Slaughterer" and "Robert Creeley Buys a Record." He invents the Poetics of the 5th Century Persian poet Harum Abu Hateen Al Farskin and reads "Christmas Poem, 1966," "The Burial of the Ashes," "Gin, and the King's Men...," "My husband doesn't intend the pain...," "Gauguin's Chair," and "Our thrusts are scarcely marble...." Mayes, Frances (Intro.) Dennis, Carl (Co-reader)

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