Library of Congress : Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature An online a selection of recordings from the Library's Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature, a series of audio recordings, dating back to 1943, of renowned poets and prose writers reading from and discussing their work at the Library of Congress. The initial April 15, 2015, launch includes 50 recordings, and features poets such as Robert Frost, Gwendolyn Brooks, Elizabeth Bishop, Czeslaw Milosz, and Paul Muldoon. More recordings will be added on a monthly basis.
Library of Congress : Poet and Poem Series The Poet and the Poem is an ongoing series of live poetry interviews at the Library of Congress with distinguished artists. Webcasts are available of recent events, including the appearances of two U.S. Poets Laureate and several Witter Bynner fellows. Distinguishing features of the show are the poets’ discussions with host Grace Cavalieri about their craft and sources of inspiration. The series is sponsored by the Witter Bynner Foundation for Poetry and the Humanities Council of Washington, D.C.
Spring 2019 Special Events
Local Poetry Slams
Sponsored by SGA We’re having a poetry slam February 16th in Farmer Hall. If you’re interested in performing at this event, please email the Director of Diversity and Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org.