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92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Maya Angelou

92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Maya Angelou

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92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Gary Snyder

92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Gary Snyder

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92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Denise Levertov

92Y/The Paris Review Interview Series: Denise Levertov

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75 at 75: Hermione Lee on Elizabeth Bowen - 1954

75 at 75: Hermione Lee on Elizabeth Bowen – 1954

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In a renewed effort to share with a contemporary audience some of the great literary moments the Poetry Center has presented across the decades, this page features archival recordings of some of the best writers of our time.

“One steps into history, as well as into the company of legends (from Neruda to Nabokov), when walking into the 92nd Street Y. I can't think of any institution that more steadily and elegantly speaks for the power of the word, the value of tradition and the fact that, even in the age of Twitter and cell-phones, hundreds can be bound together by a poet onstage, alone, declaiming his words. A night at the Y is like no night anywhere else.” (Pico Iyer)

  • From the Poetry Center Archive: Discovering Lucille Clifton
  • Adrienne Rich: Mourning Poem, Spring Thunder, White Night and other poems
  • 75 at 75: Edith Grossman on Pablo Neruda
  • Leonard Cohen: For E.J.P, You Have the Lovers and The Stranger Song
  • 75 at 75: Pico Iyer on Leonard Cohen
  • Galway Kinnell: First Song, The River That is East, Middle of the Way and other poems
  • Discovering Mark Strand
  • John Dos Passos: Art and Isadora
  • Harold Pinter: Tea Party, New Year in the Midlands and other readings
  • 75 at 75: Siri Hustvedt on Susan Sontag
  • Richard Wilbur
  • 75 at 75: Brian Boyd on Vladimir Nabokov