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Poets mentioned in this episode include:
Watch Gabrielle Bates read for Alaska Quarterly Review here
Watch Kyle Dargan read at the Cork Poetry Festival from Panzer Hertz: A Live Dissection (3:30-24:00)
Watch Timothy Donnelly read his poem "Diet Mountain Dew" with music
Watch Michael Dumanis read his poem "The Empire of Light" here
Watch Meg Fernandes read 4 poems from I Do Everything I'm Told here (with Adrienne Raphel; ~1 hr)
Watch Katie Ferris read from Standing in the Forest of Being Alive (with Ilya Kaminsky) here
Rigoberto Gonzalez reads as part of Poets House's Hard Hat Reading Series from To the Boy Who Was Night here
Watch Jorie Graham's book launch for To 2040 (~1 hour)
Terrance Hayes took part in this reading and conversation with Ocean Vuong & Claudia Rankine here (~1.5 hrs). Terrance guested on eps 98 & 99
Eugenia Leigh reads from Bianca (with Jennifer S. Cheng) at Green Apple Books in San Francisco here. You can also watch Leigh lead a free writing workshop about zuihitsu here
Watch Randall Mann read his poem "Straight Razor" (included in Deal: New and Selected Poems). Randy was our guest on ep 96
Paisley Rekdal talks about West: A Translation here (~50 min)
Watch sam sax read "Everyone's an Expert at Something" here
Read Charif Shanahan's "On the Overnight from Agadir" in Trace Evidence
Brenda Shaughnessy reads from Tanya here
Watch Monica Youn read from From From here (~30 min). Read "Against Imagism" in The New Yorker her