Poetry reading and discussion: poetry and place
This is the archive of a poetry reading and discussion given by Tomaz Salamun, considered Slovenia's greatest living poet and one of the foremost figures of the Eastern European poetical avant-garde, Tomaz Salamun is revered by many American poets for his unique surrealistic style. His most recent collection in English is The Book for My Brother (Harcourt, 2006, translated by Christopher Merrill and others). Moderator: David Rivard, Poetry Editor at the Harvard Review; author of Bewitched Playground (2000), Wise Poison (1996), and Torque (1987). This discussion originally aired on WBUR's World of Ideas. Watch the video on BUniverse at http://www.bu.edu/buniverse/view/?v=2JrIFv9H.
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