Reader: Owen, Maureen

Accession Number - 572

Date: 04/12/84
Length: 33 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: "Some Lines in the Style of Sappho," "For Edwin Denby," "Tacky," "In My Dream My Grandmother," "Stone Letter in a Pot," "To Fly Into a Rage," "African Sunday," "Saint Mark's Newsletter Poem," "Saran Wrap," "Standing Beauty With Sleeve in Her Mouth," "We Can't Find The Traitor But Of Course He's Staying Right Here in London at the Windsor Hotel," "Poems Without Names, or, Your Plane Takes Off," "The Horse's Heart," "A Piece," "Just Come Home When You Need to, or, How Does Light Get Between the Stars if There's No Electric-Magnetic Forces in Space?" "Days and Nights," "Novembers or Straight Life," "The Aviator's Dream," other untitled selections from Amelia Earhart, and "It's All About Space and Claustrophobia." McDonough, Kaye (Co-reader)

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