When I visited Penn last Fall to record episodes of Poem Talk and Close Listening, Charles Bernstein suggested that I should post selections from my extensive archive of audio recordings to the Penn Sound site, and I've been slowly building the selections ever since. Every week or so you'll want to stop by to see what's new. There are readings by David Bromige, Michael Davidson, Sherley Anne Williams and many more, as well as interviews with Will Alexander, Nathaniel Mackey and others.
In the wake of this week's delightful news of a Pulitzer Prize for Rae Armantrout's Versed, you may want to take the time to listen to a recording I posted not long ago featuring a panel of critical presentations by Rae, Charlie Altieri and me. This was recorded in San Diego back in May of 1992 and includes the discussion afterwards. It would seem that Alicia Ostriker was not entirely in agreement with us, and there's a brief discussion of the sexuality of the little engine that could that's not to be missed.