Accession Number - 967

Date: 5/1/88
Tape Quality: good
Collection: DUB
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: SFSU Campus only
Content: Produced by Charles Berry. "To No One in Particular," "The Mystery of Emily Dickinson," "Trinket," "Stars Which See; Stars Which Do Not See," "To Dorothy," "Drawn By Stones, By Earth, By Things That Have Been In The Fire," "An Elm We Lost," "These Green-Going-To-Yellow," "To An Adolescent Weeping Willow," "Poem After Carlos Drummond de Andrade," " How He Grew Up," "Victim of Himself," "He Had A Good Year," "An American Anthem," "Jane's Gift of An Apple," "An Interview," "White Clover." Laura Winter: "Desert Leader," "Creeping Towards the River," "A Visitor," "A Dangerous Thing," "Dry Sticks Running Dream," "A Portrait of Satisfaction," "Burnin City," "Boulder Rocky Landscape," "Small Stormy Sea," "Rising Moon," "Pond in the City/Yellow Light Glows on the Blue Lake..." "The Moon or White Coals Crackle Between Granite Stones..." "Out of Balance," and "Coming Here to Be Alone." (31 minutes)

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