JKU Poetry & Spoken Word List. March 2016 Edition

 JKU Poetry & Spoken Word List.

________ March 2016 Edition


Introduction-free for your protection.

See also the Free List (http://bit.ly/xTMMZM ) of JKU, and others, for more Poetry and Spoken Word.
01nov12 Update: This list now incorporates the poetry links from JKU Part Deux.


I. Websites.
II. Poems Online.
III. Audio
IV. Video.
V. Podcasts


I. Websites.


Includes publishers.
http://100tpc.org/     }Do you want to join other poets, musicians, and artists around the world in a demonstration/celebration to promote peace, sustainability and justice..: and to call for serious social, environmental and political change?  Sept. 24th, 2016 is the next Global Event Day! 100 Thousand Poets for Change will help organize by local region, city, or state, and find individuals in each area who would like to organize their local event. If you are an organizer for your community this means that first you will consider a location for the event and begin to contact people in your area who want to participate in the event. Participation means contacting the media, posting the event on the web, in calendars, newspapers, etc., reading poems, doing a concert, performing in general, supplying cupcakes and beer (it’s up to you), demonstrating, putting up an information table, inviting guest speakers, musicians, etc., organizing an art exhibit, and documenting the event (this is important, too), and cleaning up, of course. Organizers and participants will create their own local event as an expression of who they are locally. Do they want a a concert or a jam session, candlelight vigil or a circus, a march or a dance, poetry reading in a cafe or on the subway, do they want absolute silence, a group meditation on a main street; it’s up to the local organization. To  search for 100TPC events by country/city go to the 100 thousand poets for change blog.  Find all global event locations, get updates, current news, and connect with organizers worldwide on the100tpc blog!
http://www.about-arts.com/    }Directory of literature-related websites and discussion groups.
http://allpoetry.com/    }for the beginning poet and those who like to share. Clean site.
http://artsobispo.org/arts-in-education/poetry-out-loud    }The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with U.S. state arts agencies to support Poetry Out Loud, a contest that encourages the nation’s youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage.
http://www.ascendedmasters.org/downloads/    }various guided meditation instructions.
http://www.americanpoems.com/poets/eecummings   }collection of e e commings’ poems and a bio.
http://bathroompoet.net/index.html     }Places original works of poetry in non-traditional spaces. Current project installations in Boulder CO, Chicago, Austin, Raleigh NC, and in Portland OR.
www.bellaonline.com/articles/art2383.asp  }websites, e-zines, journals, readings, lists. “The Voice of Women”.
www.blacksparrowbooks.com/titles/kelly.htm  }some of his books
www.blacksparrowbooks.com/index.asp   }their List.
http://alchemicalarchives.blogspot.com/2011/09/dial-poem-poets-gps018-019-sugar.html   }the famous readings called Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat. Recommended. You can download it complete from this page, as with many of the pages featured here for you.
http://alchemicalarchives.blogspot.com/search/label/Chogyam%20Trungpa   }a collection called Disconnected, 1974. Readings by Buddhists, Beat poets, and others.
http://www.alminerech.com/en/artists/18/tab/biography/    }John Girono’s biography at Almine Rech Gallery.
https://berkeleypoetryslam.wordpress.com/   }The Berkeley Slam is the longest running slam in Northern California, and has been an integral part of the Berkeley arts community for over 15 years. It provides a space for local writers/artists/performers/etc. to explore and perfect their own craft while also showcasing some of the most talented artists in the country (and beyond). The Berkeley Slam’s top commitment is community – its building, its maintaining, and its safeguarding. We welcome persons of any and all genders, sexualities, ethnicities, abilities, ages, etc.
http://tympan.blogspot.com/2014/03/on-poetry-foundations-asian-american.html    }Thursday, March 06, 2014. On the Poetry Foundation’s “Asian American Voices in Poetry”. This letter was originally sent to the Poetry Foundation’s web editors in response to their feature “Asian American Voices in Poetry,” which includes a list of some 100 Asian American poets.  When originally posted, the list included a “country of heritage” for most of the authors.  In response to this letter and other feedback received by the editors, the “countries of heritage” have since been removed.
http://bluelyrareview.com/christina-pugh/     }Blue Lyra Review aims to unite writers and artists from a diverse array of backgrounds, paying special homage to the voices of Jewish writers and those from other underrepresented communities. Overall, we look for quality and do not exclude looking at work from any writer. We accept poetry, nonfiction, translations book reviews and artistic images from Jan. 01 through September 29. Fiction is by invitation only; however, we have open reading periods for flash fiction during the months of March & October. Please submit your work through Submittable.
http://www.brainwashed.com/giorno/disco.html     }Giorno Poetry Systems – an INCOMPLETE Discography. “The Dial-A-Poem Poets ” (1972),GPS 001-002. If you have anything to add (additional releases, cover art,
track listings, etc.) please share your knowledge with garth@brainwashed.com
http://bubl.ac.uk/link/types/sounds.htm   }this is the huge list of sound collections from BUBL Link, including music collections. 2015 Bubl is long gone now… except at archive.org or cached copies of the webpages. Replacement:  http://www.arsc-audio.org/index.php   }Founded in 1966, ARSC is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, study, publication, and information exchange surrounding all aspects of recordings and recorded sound. ARSC works to encourage the preservation of historical recordings, and to foster an increased awareness of the importance of recorded sound as part of any cultural heritage. The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings, in all genres of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals—everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound.
http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/kelly/    }Robert Kelly.
http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/    }E P C digital library, our collection of periodicals follows this list of books.
http://buttonpoetry.com/   }Button Poetry is committed to developing a coherent and effective system of production, distribution, promotion and fundraising for performance poetry.We seek to showcase the power and diversity of voices in our community. By encouraging and broadcasting the best and brightest performance poets of today, we hope to broaden poetry’s audience, to expand its reach and develop a greater level of cultural appreciation for the art form. Button produces and distributes poetry media, including: video from local and national events, chapbooks, collaborative audio recordings, scholarship and criticism, and many other products.
http://www.californiaauthors.com/     }Best Schools in America for Writing Studies; Jobs in Writing; Best Way to Prepare for a Writing Career.
http://www.casadeescritores.com/     }House of Writers. This literary hub (casa) promotes the use of the Spanish language through literature.
www.catholicboy.com/catholicboy.com-asp//index.asp    }Jim Carroll  2011 DL Replacement:
http://www.catholicboy.com/cboy.php   }Jim Carroll. 2011 Update Note: When this list was composed, Jim was still alive. Now, you need to read his memorium instead:
http://www.catholicboy.com/memorial.php    }In memorium (read the List when it is sent to you).
http://www.ccaaa.org/memberlist.html    }The Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives (CCAAA) traces its origins to the Roundtable of Audiovisual Records, which was organized in 1982 in response to the UNESCO report Recommendation for the Safeguarding and Preservation of Moving Images (1980). CCAAA represents the interests of worldwide professional archive organisations with interests in audiovisual materials including films, broadcast television and radio, and audio recordings of all kinds. Although predominantly working in the public sector, we reflect a broad range of interests across the broadcast media, arts, heritage, education and information sectors. The professional archivists that CCAAA ultimately represents work in institutions such as archives, libraries and museums at national and local level, university teaching and research departments, and broadcasting organisations.
http://www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100193180&fa=author&person_id=4871      }The Last Night of the Earth Poems, Charles Bukowski. Paperback – $17.99  High proof alcohol, heaven-sent classical music, and a hardass attitude you can’t beat with a stick; sturm und drang à la sleazy L.A. Publisher: Black Sparrow Books.
http://www.citylights.com/bookstore/?fa=books_events    }City Lights has an ongoing series of readings and events, usually at least one or two each week. Our online calendar is updated regularly, but if you want to be sure not to miss out on anything, be sure to sign up for our Events Newsletter to receive weekly updates on what’s happening at the bookstore. Unless otherwise noted, all events are free and open to the public.
http://www.creative-writing-now.com/     }An online resource for beginning poets and fiction writers, offering advice, writing prompts, and ideas as well as an introduction to various aspects of craft.
http://www.crediblethreatworks.org/     }A collection of collaborative artists committed to exploring challenging contemporary social issues through performance. Source material ranges from adaptations of classic science fiction novels, Greek and Roman Tragedies to original contemporary texts and performance art.
http://www.diaart.org/contents/page/info/102     }Dia was founded in New York City in 1974 by Philippa de Menil, Heiner Friedrich, and Helen Winkler to help artists achieve visionary projects that might not otherwise be realized because of scale or scope. To suggest the institution’s role in enabling such ambitions, they selected the name “Dia,” taken from the Greek word meaning “through.” Today, Dia is a constellation of sites, from the iconic permanent, site-specific artworks and installations in New York, the American West and Germany; to an exhibition program that has commissioned dozens of breakthrough projects; to the vast galleries of Dia:Beacon; and finally the programs of education and public engagement. Dia Art Foundation identifies, fosters, and presents those artists who have the potential to change the way we think about art and the world. Dia:Chelsea – Dia currently presents an ongoing series of Artist on Artist lectures and Readings in Contemporary Poetry at 535 West 22nd Street in New York City. Dia:Beacon – In May 2003, Dia Art Foundation opened Dia:Beacon on the banks of the Hudson River in Beacon, New York, in a former Nabisco box printing factory. The museum presents Dia’s collection of art from the 1960s to the present as well as special exhibitions, new commissions, and public programs.
http://www.davidrobertbooks.com/   }Welcome to The Art of Poetry.  Welcome! David Robert Books is a poetry publisher that aims to celebrate the art of poetry by publishing formal and musically-crafted free verse.
http://www.discogs.com/artist/264409-William-Carlos-Williams    }Dr. William Carlos Williams, American poet closely associated with Modernism and Imagism. He was born 17 September 1883 in Rutherford, New Jersey, USA and died 4 March 1963 in Rutherford, New Jersey, USA.
http://www.discogs.com/Various-Totally-Corrupt-The-Dial-A-Poem-Poets/release/1478424     }Totally Corrupt, Giorno Poetry Systems – GPS 008-000, 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation. 37 poems by various famous poets.
http://www.discogs.com/Various-Sugar-Alcohol-Meat-The-Dial-A-Poem-Poets/release/742260    }Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat, Giorno Poetry Systems – GPS 018/019, 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, 42 poems by various famous poets.
http://www.discogs.com/Various-Better-An-Old-Demon-Than-A-New-God/release/405964    }Better An Old Demon Than A New God, Label: Giorno Poetry Systems – GPS 033. Format:Vinyl, LP, Compilation.
Released:1984. Genre:Electronic, Non-Music. Style: Leftfield, Spoken Word, Experimental.
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/life_and_entertainment/2016/03/26/1-comic-murray-picks-favorite-verses-for-magazine.html    }Comic Bill Murray picks favorite verses for National Poetry Month, Saturday March 26, 2016 5:00 AM.
http://www.dreamriverpress.com/     }An independent publishing house that aims to print books in the fields of mind-body-spirit, environment and sustainable living, as well as inspirational fables for all age groups.
http://www.electra-productions.com/      }Electra is a London based contemporary art organisation which curates, commissions and produces projects by artists working across sound, moving image, performance and the visual arts. Through close dialogue with a range of venues and collaborators, we present our projects across the UK and internationally. At the heart of our practice is a process-based relationship between artist, curator and audiences, which seeks to give the projects space to find their own rhythm, public outputs, and discourse. Electra’s core aim is to foster a dialogue between a range of disciplines of contemporary artistic practice, to provide a platform for debate and engaged, dynamic investigations of urgent social, political and cultural questions.
http://www.finishinglinepress.com/    }Finishing Line Press is an award-winning small press publisher based in Georgetown, Kentucky, USA. “Providing a place for today’s poets since 1998.”
http://gnosisonline.net/     }A Poetry Journal.  Submissions welcome. Please see the Editor’s Note in the current issue for information on how to submit.
www.geocities.com/coloradopoets/poetrylinks.html    }Poetry Links… DL 2011. Update 2012:  Find out about Colorado poets now at:
http://www.innisfreepoetry.com/   }one of only three poetry-only book-cafes in the U.S.A. We have read poetry there.  Jone: Jae was a featured reader there in January, 2012.
http://innisfreepoetry.com/events/    }Descriptions of events held there.
http://www.hugohouse.org/     }Center for literary arts that supports writers and promotes the creation of new writing.
http://jacketmagazine.com/      }An online poetry journal of new writing published three times a year by John Tranter from Sydney, Australia.
http://www.jacketmagazine.com/07/notleyreview.html     }more Kenward.
http://www.jackstraw.org/    }Jack Straw Cultural Center is the Northwest’s only non-profit multidisciplinary audio arts center. A community-based resource since 1962, we provide a production facility that is unlike any other in the region for local artists who work creatively with sound. Jack Straw focuses on annual artist residencies through our Artist Support Program, our Writers Program, and our Gallery Residency Program; art and technology education for all ages; arts heritage partnerships; and radio production. Our full-service recording studio is also available for a range of arts projects.
http://www.languageofthesoul.org/slo_poetry/     }Language of the Soul, 33rd annual san luis obispo poetry festival.  November 6st, 11th, 12th, 13th and 20th 2015.  The Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival / Corners of the Mouth in conjunction  with Cal Poly University WriterSpeak  are pleased to announce the 32th Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival. These events are funded in part by Cal Poly WriterSpeak, The Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry  Festival /Corners of the Mouth, Poets and Writers Inc., through a major grant received from the James W. Irvine Foundation.
http://www.logcablit.org/    }From Boise, Idaho comes this web site dedicated to providing resources in reading and the art of writing.
www.Medusa’s Kitchen September 2006.mht      }site includes poems by various Sacto-area poets, poetry and other event announcements, including submissions sought, also for Sacto- and NorCal-area; BLKennnedy is mentioned there, and others such as Jose Montoya,  and WCWilliams’ poem Autumn also appears on that page.  2016 DL.  Replacements:   http://medusaskitchen.blogspot.com/2006_09_01_archive.html      }Check out the Metro section of The Sacramento Bee today (the Graswich column) for mention of B.L. Kennedy’s search for theatre space in which to show the results of The Archives Group grant project—interviews with hundreds of poets in this region, shaped into a film tale of the history of Sacramento poetry. The film must be shown to the public, under the terms of their Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Council grant, but so far Bari’s (and co-producer Linda Thorell’s) efforts to find suitable space within the county have been fruitless. Any ideas? Recently, R.E. Graswich, columnist for the Metro section of The Sacramento Bee, mentioned B.L. Kennedy’s search for a theater in which to show the poetry documentary produced by The Archives Group. Today’s column lists all sorts of responses that Graswich got; hopefully one of these will pan out. Thanks to Graswich for trying, at least, thereby supporting local poetry.
http://medusaskitchen.blogspot.com/2009/06/staying-in-flow.html     }Sat. (6/27/2009), 8-11 PM: The Archives Group & The Sacramento Poetry Center present The Best Minds of My Generation: A Birthday Tribute to Allen Ginsberg hosted by B.L. Kennedy and featuring the reading of Allen Ginsberg’s poetry by D.R. Wagner, Will Staple, Patrick Grizzell, Charlene Ungstad, Genelle Chaconas, Robert Grossklaus, Lytton Bell, David Gay. Music by the Downtrodden Saints. California Stage, HQ for the Arts, 2509 R St., Sacramento. Admission: $5.
http://medusaskitchen.blogspot.com/2006/11/for-talk-for-dalliance.html        }I Began To Speak, a a unique and very special film of the history of poetry in the City of Sacramento c. 1960 to 2006, features some 41 area poets who tell the story of the evolution of a single poetry community in their own voices. The film will premier at the legendary Crest Theatre in the heart of downtown Sacramento on Wednesday, December 6 at 7 PM. This will be the only 2006 showing of I Began To Speak, produced, written and directed by B.L. Kennedy; Director of Photography, Editing and Design was Linda Thorell. It was funded in part by an ArtScapes Grant from the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, and filmed with equipment from Access Sacramento. Three years in production, I Began To Speak relied on more than one thousand hours of rare archival performance footage and interviews with Sacramento poets.
http://www.mountainwriters.org/    }Portland, Oregon-based organization features authors of regional, national, and international reputation in a variety of events including readings, lectures, workshops, and master classes presented in diverse venues and formats throughout the region.
http://www.oregonwriterscolony.org/     }Listing of useful links to writing resources and organizations,
workshops, bookstores, and individual writers’ home pages.
http://www.ourslo.com/poetrypage/index.htm         }Poetic voice of the California Central Coast with lots more links.  2016 DL.  Replacements:  https://web.archive.org/web/20060711031247/http://www.ourslo.com/    }”A Genuine Community Website.”
http://www.outlawpoetry.com/    }the new webpage for Outlaw Poetry. “Even when Death inhabits a poem, he does not own it. He is a squatter. In fact, Death owns nothing. – Todd Moore.”
http://www.pantheon.org/     }Good resource on mythology, folklore and legend.
http://www.pacificu.edu/as/mfa/    }An exceptional brief-residency writing program in Oregon. Enter the
program in January on the Oregon coast or in June on the Forest Grove campus.
http://peacefulrivers.homestead.com/Poetry.html      }RiverKnowledge, Poetry, Quotes, ChoiceGems, ArtCorner, TalesofTruth, NatureAsMetaphor, WordsofWisdom, Rumi, Tagore, Thich Nhat Hanh, Hafiz, Emily Dickinson, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Mary Oliver, Pablo Neruda.
http://www.pen.org/     }Founded in 1922, works to advance literature, to defend free expression, and to foster
international literary fellowship.
http://www.penwa.org/     }State chapter of PEN USA and part of the international organization of professional writers founded in 1921. PEN has 130 centers in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Americas with a total membership of approximately 15,000.
http://platetectonicmusic.com/id257.html     }site features Kerouac  reading and a Steve Allen video, interviewing K. Don’t enable activex or whatever, or else view the video on youtube.
http://www.poeticmatrix.com/     }John Peterson’s press based in Madera, California and home to poets and lovers of poetry in the belief that poetry has or should have a say in the quality of contemporary culture. Site has a link to Poetic Matrix Blog. “If poets and lovers of poetry don’t write, publish, read, and purchase poetry books then we will have no say in the quality of our contemporary culture and no excuse for the abuses of language, ideas, truth, beauty, and love in our cultural life.”
http://www.poetryinarts.org/      }Based in Austin, Texas. Has extensive online compilation of resources for poets and writers, including indexes of publishers, literary competitions, workshops, etc.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/     }The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture. It exists to discover and celebrate the best poetry and to place it before the largest possible audience. The Poetry Foundation works to raise poetry to a more visible and influential position in American culture. Rather than celebrating the status quo, the Foundation seeks to be a leader in shaping a receptive climate for poetry by developing new audiences, creating new avenues for delivery, and encouraging new kinds of poetry. In the long term, the Foundation aspires to alter the perception that poetry is a marginal art, and to make it directly relevant to the American public.
http://www.poetryproject.org/events/naropa40/     }The Jack Kerouac School at Naropa University is celebrating its 40th year on the planet. Founded by Anne Waldman, Allen Ginsberg and Diane di Prima, the vision of an interactive, cross-genre, contemplative zone for writing and poetics has flourished and thrived all of these years. Celebrate with some of the people who made and continue to make it “the zone” that it is! With Anne Waldman, Ed Sanders, Samuel R. Delany, Brenda Coultas, Bob Holman, Erica Hunt, Eileen Myles, Ammiel Alcalay, David Henderson, Lewis Warsh, Edwin Torres, Julie Patton, Nicole Peyrafitte, Fast Speaking Music, Lee Ann Brown, and more tba. Event Details: Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 8:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Naropa at 40.
http://www.poetrysociety.org.uk/       }Established in 1909, one of Britain’s most dynamic arts organizations, the Poetry Society is a membership organization open to all.
http://www.poets.org/     }The largest membership-based nonprofit organization supporting contemporary poetry and American poets. Browse poems & poets; poem-a-day; materials for teachers; poetry near you; read stanza.
http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/724    }Ted Berrigan bio.
http://www.poetspath.com/waldman.html   }Anne Waldman bio and links. Gallery.
http://www.poetspath.com/whats_new.html    }Fall/Winter 2015/16. This Fall, MAP founder Jim Cohn joined forces with Boulder poets Lisa Birman and Eleni Sikelianos to co-edit a special edition of Napalm Health Spa. Upon the release of last year’s special edition: Heart Sons & Heart Daughters of Allen Ginsberg, Jim had decided to call it quits with the MAP poetry magazine after 25 years, but he could not pass up the opportunity to help celebrate the 70th birthday of Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics co-founder Anne Waldman. Together, this poetry trio is pulling together a special edition of NHS entitled Anne Waldman: Keeping The World Safe For Poetry. The magazine is slated for release at the Museum of American Poetics on December 15. Stay tuned.
http://www.poetspath.com/transmissions/      }Confucious, in a statement noted by Ezra Pound and later Gary Snyder, wrote: “In hewing an axe-handle, how do you proceed? Without [another] axe it cannot be done.” Thus it is with poets and poetry––the model is in your hands, not far off. The art of poetry is the subject of MAP’s Legacy Transmissions and Postbeat Poets Activist Scholarship pages.
http://www.poetspath.com/Scholarship_Project/index.html       }In a 1966 interview with Robert Shelton, Bob Dylan said, “What I mean by ‘holy’ is crossing the boundaries of time and usefulness… Allen Ginsberg, he’s just holy.” Statements such as this mark the beginnings of the Postbeat period–a time when the reverberations of the Beat Generation were being reshaped and expanded upon by poets influenced by the works of the Beats in general and Ginberg in particular. The documents included here ascribe to the notion of the Scholar-Activist put forward by Postbeat poet Edward Sanders––a concept that occurred to him while reading Matthew Arnold’s “The Scholar-Gypsy.” The Scholar-Activist, wrote Sanders in a 2007 talk entitled “Writing, Social Change, and Revolution,” has an undifferentiated calling for “private research and public action.” The significance of the Postbeat Poets Activist Scholarship, in any period, is to illuminate poetic calling as it is now.
https://www.poetspath.com/Scholarship_Project/Beat.pdf    }beattitudes, beattitudes:On the Roads to Beatitude for Post-Beat Writers, Dharma Bums,and Cultural-Political Activists, by Rob Sean Wilson. New Pacific Press, Santa Cruz, 2010.
http://www.poetryarchive.org/poetryarchive/searchBoth.do     }has poems introduced by the poet, short poems, poems especially for children, and selections by poetic forms, among others.
http://www.Poems-For-All A history of the Sacramento Poetry Scene.mht     }mentions all the usuals, plus October In The Railroad Earth, and so on.
http://www.poetswest.com/      }Welcome to PoetsWest, the gateway to on-line information about poets and poetry in the Northwest. On this site you will find a directory of Who’s Who in Northwest poetry, rotating selections of poetry, archives of recent radio programs, reviews of poetry, information on special public poetry performances, venues with regularly scheduled poetry readings, books, DVDs and CDs, and links to selected poetry and writing resources.
http://blog.pshares.org/index.php/literary-boroughs-51-sacramento-ca/      }The Literary Boroughs series will explore little-known and well-known literary communities across the country and world and show that while literary culture can exist online without regard to geographic location, it also continues to thrive locally. Posts are by no means exhaustive and we encourage our readers to contribute in the comment section. The series will run on our blog from May 2012 until AWP13 in Boston. Please enjoy the fifty-first post on Sacramento, California, by Tim Kahl. —Andrea Martucci, Ploughshares Managing Editor..  Sacramento is the “land of big water” as the Miwok referred to it, but it is most well known as The Capital City and the site where the Gold Rush madness began. It is the seat of state government of California. It is the birthplace of  Tower Records and Cake. It is affectionately known as the “River City” (a distinction it shares with Grand Junction, CO; Mason City, IA; Decatur City, AL, Louisville, KY; etc.), the “City of Trees” (a distinction it shares with Paris and Amsterdam), the “Big Tomato” and the “Camellia City.” It was named by the Civil Rights Project of Harvard University as the most racially/ethnically integrated major city in America. Recently it was named the Farm-to-Fork Capital of America for its abundance of locally-grown produce. Other local luminaries include: Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, actor Sam Elliott, actress Adrienne Barbeau, businessman Charles Schwab, musician Jackie Greene, Lee Greenwood and jazz legend Jimmy Smith. Sacramento’s literary scene puts as much emphasis on how words enter public space as part of the oral tradition as it does on words impressed onto the printed page.
http://www.pw.org/     }Online resource for poets and writers in the global literary community. Poets & Writers, Inc., is the primary source of information, support, and guidance for creative writers. Founded in 1970, it is the nation’s largest nonprofit literary organization serving poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers. Our national office is located in New York City. Our California branch office is based in Los Angeles.
http://www.pw.org/content/squirl_app_maps_literary_hot_spots?cmnt_all=1      }Squirl, which allows users to find nearby literary locations wherever they are. The app pins locations on a map that correspond to scenes in books.   Each pin features a relevant passage from the book, as well as links to the author’s profile and a summary of the book that also includes links to booksellers. Squirl works by first inviting authors to post locations from their books. “We developed the app because we think too many great books remain undiscovered,” Van der Avoort says, noting that the app is geared mostly toward independent and emerging authors who need help getting the word out about their books.
http://qarrtsiluni.com/     }this e-zine is no longer active, but they are still keeping everything online for us. “Qarrtsiluni (2005-2013) was a groundbreaking online literary magazine, one of the first to fully exploit blog software. Though we never quite realized our dream of creating a print-on-demand option for each issue, being online does mean that our back issues remain accessible indefinitely, so there’s that. And we published some damn fine stuff — check it out.”   “The following is the text of our original About page (minus some of the links), preserved for archival purposes. Qarrtsiluni offers electronic delivery of original poetry, prose, and art, organized into regular, themed issues, with a new post every weekday. The title comes from an Iñupiaq word that means “sitting together in the darkness, waiting for something to burst.” “
http://www.revolutionbookshonolulu.org/about    }Scientific and poetic, wrangling and visionary – Revolution Books is alive with a defiant spirit that refuses to accept that the horrors of today’s world have to be. People come to the store from all over the world to find the people and deep engagement about the possibility of a radically different way the world could be. “Revolution Books is a little gem of an independent bookstore, one that operates in order to forward its principles rather than to turn a profit. The store has moved nine times since it opened its doors in 1976. It relies on the dedication of its all-volunteer staff, as well as donations from its supporters.”  2615 South King Street Suite 211 (University Square just above Uyeda Shoe Store). Honolulu, HI,  96826-3248.
http://www.revolutionbookshonolulu.org/home/an-afternoon-with-poet-sam-hamill-and-christopher-yohmei-bla.html      }Sunday, March 27, 3pm. On Sunday, March 27 (yes, we know it’s Easter Sunday!) Poet Sam Hamill will be joined by Christopher Yohmei Blasdel on Shakuhachi to read from his recently released book, “Habitation: Collected Poems.” Sam Hamill is well-known to poets and appreciators of poetry. He is the author of more than forty books, including sixteen volumes of original poetry (including Measured by Stone; Almost Paradise: New & Selected Poems & Translations; and Habitation: Collected Poems); four collections of literary essays, including A Poet’s Work and Avocations: On Poetry & Poets, and more.
http://www.rhymedesk.com/         }A worthy resource with rhyming dictionary and other useful language tools for poets and songwriters. There’s a rhyming dictionary widget to add to your blog or website.
http://subprimal.com/     }Welcome. Subprimal Poetry Art looks toward poetry, flash fiction, music, and art work that takes the reader / viewer / listener out of the ordinary and into a place altered from that which they normally experience. In an enjoyable, thought-provoking way. See our About page for more information.  he submission period for our Spring 2016 issue opens on February 1 and I’m very pleased to announce that John C. Mannone will be our guest editor for this issue. John is an accomplished writer who has over 450 works published in venues such as Inscape Literary Journal, Windhover, Drunk Monkeys, Artemis, 2016 Texas Poetry Calendar, Southern Poetry Anthology (NC), Still: The Journal, Town Creek Poetry, Tupelo Press, Baltimore Review, Pedestal, Raven Chronicles and others.
http://thecenterforthearts.org/josh-fernandez-frank-andrick/      }Nevada County Poetry Series – Josh Fernandez & frank andrick. GRANUCCI ROOM, Wednesday, June 19, 7:30PM. $5 general, seniors and students, $1 for those under 18. Refreshments and open-mic included. The Nevada County Poetry Series jumps – full force into the wildness of who we are. June brings two of Northern California’s most notorious and beloved writers to our stage – frank andrick and Josh Fernandez.  Bill Gainer, of the Nevada County Poetry Series says, “I know these guys personally, combining their creative forces on the same stage at the same time is to push the known literary limits to a new edge. Their works find otherworldly possibilities, of which all are challenged to be part of – welcome to summer.”
http://www.thepoetryforum.org/     }Home of the Poets-in-Public series celebrating the oral presentation of
poetry by internationally recognized poets, actors and musicians.
http://tinfishpress.com/         }Tinfish Press was founded in 1995; we publish experimental poetry (and some prose) from the Pacific. An interview with Susan M. Schultz by Will Caron of INhonolulu. Tinfish Press books and most chapbooks can be purchased through Small Press Distribution, 1341 Seventh Street, Berkeley, CA 94710-1409;  http://www.spdbooks.org  .
http://www.uapress.ua.edu/product/Upper-Limit-Music,807.aspx     }Upper Limit Music, The Writing of Louis Zukofsky, Edited by Mark Scroggins.   Scroggins provides a provocative and advanced introduction to the
thought and writing of Louis Zukofsky, aptly described as one of the “first postmodernists.” Poet, translator, and editor, Louis Zukofsky was born in New York City in 1904. Raised to speak first Yiddish and then English, he was fascinated by language from an early age. This deep preoccupation with language–its musicality, complex constructions, and fluid meaning–later became a key component in the development of his poetry. Friend to William Carlos Williams, Marianne Moore, and Ezra Pound, mentor to Robert Creeley and influence
on many of the Language Movement poets, Zukofsky and his work stand squarely at the center of American poetry’s transition from modernism to postmodernism.
http://www.ubu.com/aspen/      }This is a web version of Aspen, a multimedia magazine of the arts published by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Each issue came in a customized box filled with booklets, phonograph recordings, posters, postcards — one issue even included a spool of Super-8 movie film. It’s all here.  Aspen was conceived by Phyllis Johnson, a former editor for Women’s Wear Daily and Advertising Age. While wintering in Aspen, Colorado, she got the idea for a multimedia magazine, designed by artists, that would showcase “culture along with play.” So in the winter of 1965, she published her first issue. “We wanted to get away from the bound magazine format, which is really quite restrictive,” said Johnson. Each issue had a new designer and editor. “Aspen,” Johnson said, “should be a time capsule of a certain period, point of view,
or person.” The subject matter of issue number 1 and issue number 2 stayed close to the magazine’s namesake ski spa, with features on Aspen’s film and music festivals, skiing, mountain wildlife, and local architecture. Andy Warhol and David Dalton broke that mold with issue number 3, the superb Pop Art issue, devoted to New York art and counterculture scenes.
http://www.ubu.com/resources/feature.html      }Ubu Web featured resources: their Top Tens.
http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/044106.html     }Against National Poetry Month As Such, by Charles Bernstein. Author of My Way: Speeches and Poems, Charles Bernstein was in Chicago recently for a poetry reading. In between poems he let slip the opinion that National Poetry Month is bad for poetry. Naturally we were intrigued and asked him for a short essay on the idea in celebration of—if not the month of April—then our publication of his new book My Way: Speeches and Poems.  Also see Charles Bernstein’s site (below in II. Poems Online) at the Electronic Poetry Center. Oh, and if you’d like to read some poetry anyway, check out our poetry catalog, with links to lots of excerpts.
http://villagebooks.com/     }Village Books in Bellingham, Washington, hosts writing groups in poetry, fiction and nonfiction.
http://www.worldcat.org/title/tinfish-20-summer-2010/oclc/700975064    }Tinfish. 20, Summer 2010.
Author, Susan M. Schultz; Publisher,  Kane’ohe, Hawai’i : Tinfish Press, ©2010.  While Tinfish does not run themed issues, #20 includes many poems on aging – on being 25, 41, 60 and older – and also on dying. Also included are an engaging mix of poems from Hawai’i, Guam, Korea, China, and the west coast of North America. Among the poets in issue #20 are Aaron Belz, Caroline Sinavaiana, R. Zamora Linmark, Craig Santos Perez, Lehua M. Taitano, Janna Plant, Eileen Tabios, Juan Gelman, Kenny Tanemura, Linda Russo, Kai Gaspar, Joe Tsujimoto, Stephen Collis and others
http://worldcitystories.com/    }Have you ever been so engrossed in a story that you felt like you were lost in another world? Located in Galway, in the West of Ireland, we at World City Stories have created this website for the purpose of building a creative space for people who enjoy reading and writing stories.Its purpose is to create a means for exploring the world, without ever having to leave the comfort of your armchair. The setting for each story will will be set in any city of the author’s choosing and the content may be either factual or fictional.
http://woodlandpattern.org/poems/kenward_elmslie01.shtml  } Kenward Elmslie. 2015 DL. Replacement:
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/kenward-elmslie   }his bio there, 30 links on the page.


II. Poems Online.

http://www.amazon.com/Poems-Endangered-Places-Sylvia-Alcon/dp/1930401655     }In 2007, a group of poets traveled San Luis Obispo County, California, to write poems at locations chosen because of their beauty, ecological or cultural value, and because their very natureis or has been threatened by human actions. The result of their yearlong effort is this collection of poems, presented in seven distinct voices. Those of us who live on the Central Coast are blessed to live in a community with a remarkable and diverse natural environment. Poems For Endangered Places reminds us of both the beauty and the vulnerability of the Central Coast. These poems inspire us to pay attention to our precious and vulnerable coastlines, hillsides, farmlands and small towns and protect them for future generations.
http://www.beelyrics.com/j/jim-carroll/crow.html   }a song by Jim.
http://marshhawkreview.blogspot.com/2008/10/mark-scroggins.html     }3 poems by Mark Scroggins.
http://tinfisheditor.blogspot.com/    }Tinfish Editor’s Blog. Thoughts on book publishing, editing, contemporary poetry, dementia, administrative memos, and teaching by the editor of Tinfish Press. Tinfish Press was founded in 1995; we publish experimental poetry (and some prose) from the Pacific.
http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/authors/bernstein/      }Charles Bernstein’s page at the Electronic Poetry Center.
http://buttonpoetry.com/category/poets/     }Category Archives: Poets.
http://peacefulrivers.homestead.com/rumipoetry1.html     }Rumi’s poetry.” I have included two different translators of his work. Coleman Barks on the first two pages, Shahram Shiva on the third. On the
fourth page is a selection of Rumi love poems by both translators. “

There is a community of the spirit.
Join it, and feel the delight
of walking in the noisy street
and being the noise.
Drink all your passion,
and be a disgrace.
Close both eyes
to see with the other eye.

http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/s_z/snyder/onlinepoems.htm    }Gary Snyder: Online Poems. And also see http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/s_z/snyder/snyder.htm    }bio, links, etc.
http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets.htm    }Modern American Poetry: The Poets. There are 161 poet companion sites below. The poems analyzed are available in Anthology of Modern American Poetry  (Oxford).
http://www.jacketmagazine.com/06/kellyrobert.html    }two poems. A Lithuanian Elegy and Dream Debris, by Robert Kelly.
http://www.spress.de/beatland/reader/waldman/poem1.htm   }poem sample. 2011 DL Replacement (we went ahead and had it translated for you):
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.spress.de%2Fbeat-generation%2F    }it was in German.
http://poetrykanto.com/    }Poetry Kanto, Japan’s longest-running bilingual poetry journal.
https://m-etropolis.com/blog/list/free-downloads/     }Their free downloads page. 160 links total on the page, not all downloads. “When you hear music, after it is over, it is gone in the air; you can never capture it again. – Eric Dolphy.”
http://www.unf.edu/mudlark/     }An electronic journal of poetry and poetics where you can “fast load” for a “slow read.”
http://mypoeticside.com/        }A list of reviewed poets, blog and free online publishing system and options such as converting your poems into a pdf book or creating a poem with the collaboration of other poets.
http://www.poems.com/     }Posts a new poem every day.  Selections are made from publications, large and small, known and little known.
http://www.poetry.la/POETS.html    }Poetry L.A.’s list of poets.
http://www.ralphmag.org/FT/children-stone.html   }two poems “about” children, — From 50 Poems
©1940, e. e. cummings.
http://www.ralphmag.org/table-of-contents.html    }Because of the economics of the cathode ray tube vs. paper, electronic imagery vs. ink printing, the World Wide Web vs. web press, we have been able to reactivate The Review here. However, because the name The Fessenden Review was constantly being misspelled, and because we spent altogether too much time explaining the source of the name (Reginald A. Fessenden was an obscure radio pioneer out of turn-of-the-century Canada) we have chosen to rechristen the magazine as The Review of Arts, Literature, Politics, and the Humanities, or, more succinctly, if not more vulgarly, RALPH.
We are especially taken with this nickname — a fine, tacky phrase out of the 50s. To ralph means, in medical terminology, to toss one’s cookies. If we were to say that the magazine should have its readers doing just that, it might be self-serving, if not inaccurate. But we like the hint of vulgarity being brought to the otherwise sententious world of publishing, letters, poetry, literature, literary arts, and artistic reviews. RALPH has two Tables of Contents floating around in hyperspace at this time. There’s the Modest TOC and then there’s the Gargantuan TOC. Both include all our listings and all our issues from 1994 to the present. The Modest TOC is the more colorful (and modest) one, but it’s a house with many rooms. It lists all of the books reviewed — plus articles, readings, and poems — in your standard table format.
http://dir.salon.com/story/audio/the_paris_review/2001/04/23/carroll/index.html     }Jim Carroll reading Heroin and other poems. (8:15) Note that the actual video link is not easy to find on this page, so”
http://www.salon.com/content/themes/salon/css/fonts/BentonSansExtraComp-Bold/BentonSansExtraComp-Bold.woff   }is the download link for that video.
www.spiritus-temporis.com/jim-carroll/books.html   }his books.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/louis-zukofsky    }Biography of Louis Zukovsky, 1904–1978.
Louis Zukofsky is an important American poet. The son of immigrant Russian Jews, he was born into the Jewish ghetto of the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 1904. His conception of himself as a poet was indebted to Kaballistic Judaism, with both its emphasis on the magically transforming power of language and its division of the world into a tiny circle of initiates and a great mass of ignorant outsiders. …
https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/april-frigging-6      }Anselm Berrigan’s “April Frigging 6“.
http://www.poetspath.com/Dave_Cope/tools.htm    }20 poetry writing tools, from Whitman, dickinson, Pound, Stein, Williams, Hughes, Reznikoff, Sexton, Kerouac, Ginsberg, Burroughs, and Berrigan.
http://www.poetswest.com/directory.htm    }PoetsWest Directory: Who’s Who in Northwest Poetry. The PoetsWest Directory includes biographical profiles of well known Northwest poets and those not well enough known. While many of the poets have achieved recognition, PoetsWest also acknowledges the strengths and special gifts of other poets.
http://www.sausalitoartgalleries.com/Poetry/Georgianna%20Stout.htm    }G. Stout.
http://slonightwriters.org/   }SLO NW is the Premier Writing Organization on the Central Coast and widely recognized for writer success and fulfillment and for providing SLO County with a palpable and encouraging spirit of community for Writers. The mission of San Luis Obispo NightWriters is to advance quality writing, promote publication, and expand author recognition in a forum that nurtures a spirit of community for all its members.
http://www.sphinxproductions.com/pages/film_poetry.html    }best poetry film ever made. DL 2011 No replacement. 2015 Update: the page can still be found here:
http://www.sphinxproductions.com/films/poetry-in-motion-cd-rom    }Poetry in Motion (CD-ROM); Macintosh CD-ROM; Required: System 6.0.7 or higher/ Windows: 86SX-25 or higher. A film by Ron Mann. Called the “Woodstock of Poetry” by American Film, and “Dazzling” by the Los Angeles Times, Poetry in Motion is an unprecedented anthology of twenty-four leading North American poets who sing, chant, anything but “read” their work.
http://www.sphinxproductions.com/films/poetry-in-motion-2-cd-rom   }Poetry in Motion 2 (CD-ROM);Macintosh CD-ROM; Required: System 6.0.7 or higher/ Windows: 86SX-25 or higher. A film by Ron Mann
In nine additional interviews hear Charles Bukowski explain why “fiction is an improvement upon life”. Diane di Prima talk about discovering Keats, Jim Carroll admit to following his idol Frank O’Hara through the streets of New York and more. Poetry in Motion II, brings twenty-four stirring performances to light for the first time ever. Some poets are familiar from the first volume.
http://www.ubu.com/sound/anderson.html      }it was up in the mountains.
http://www.ubu.com/sound/giorno_waldman.html    }waldman and giorno on ubu.
http://www.ubu.com/sound/index.html   }yikes! lots of poetry, etc.  885 links on the page. That is correct: 885 poetry links on this page.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=175588    }Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow, By Robert Duncan.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/kenward-elmslie#about    }4 poems by Kenward Elmslie.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/louis-zukofsky#about     }27 poems by Louis Zukovsky.
http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/A/bo11397148.html         }Attack of the Difficult Poems, Essays and Inventions by Charles Bernstein. Charles Bernstein is our postmodern jester of American poesy, equal part surveyor of democratic vistas and scholar of avant-garde sensibilities. In a career spanning thirty-five years and forty books, he has challenged and provoked us with writing that is decidedly unafraid of the tensions between ordinary and poetic language, and between everyday life and its adversaries.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Duncan.php    }Robert Duncan reading his poems.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/authors.php    }Note: Authors and files listed in the Series, Anthologies, and Singles pages (on the left) are not listed here. Use our search box at the bottom left of the screen for all listings of an author.

http://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/redirect/content/online-editors-introduction     }Representative Poetry Online, edition 6.0, is a web anthology of 4,800 poems in English and French by over 700 poets spanning 1400 years.  General Editor: Marc R. Plamondon.
http://wonkette.com/567774/a-nation-of-finks-your-william-s-burroughs-thanksgiving-prayer-2014    }We began posting this Thanksgiving Prayer by William S. Burroughs and Gus Van Sant back in 2006, and a lot of things have changed since then. The deadpan list of Bloody American Triumphs sounds less like sarcasm in our Terrible Year of the Lord 2014, and more like an elegy. The stuff that drove Burroughs nuts – “thanks for a country where nobody is allowed to mind his own business, thanks for a nation of finks” — is still here, of course.  Our Fox-News inspired busybodies keep a close eye on complete strangers’ grocery carts, scanning for welfare crab legs being bought with an EBT card. This makes little girls ashamed of their moms buying any food at all.


III. Audio.

http://www.archive.org/details/74P008   }first part of a reading by di prima, ginsberg, waldman, 1974. 1:31:37.
http://www.archive.org/details/naropa_a_reading_by_allen_ginsberg   }second part of a reading by di prima, ginsberg, waldman, 1974. 45:00.
https://archive.org/details/audio_bookspoetry?and%5B%5D=subject%3A%22American+poetry%22&sort=-downloads&page=2    }Listen to free audio books and poetry recordings! This library of audio books and poetry features digital recordings and MP3’s from the Naropa Poetics Audio Archive, LibriVox, Project Gutenberg, Maria Lectrix, and Internet Archive users.  133 results on the page.
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/    }Dial-a-Poem sound files. DL 2016. Replacement:
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/nova/   }Nova Convention sound files. DL 2016. Replacement: http://www.ubu.com/sound/nova.html
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/giorno_burroughs/   }Giorno and Burroughs sound files.  DL 2016. Replacement:        http://www.ubu.com/sound/giorno_burroughs.html
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/giorno_waldman/    }Waldman and Giorno sound files.  DL 2016. Replacement: http://www.ubu.com/sound/giorno_waldman.html
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/sam/    }Sugar, Alcohol, and Meat sound files. DL 2016. Replacement:
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/disconnected/    }Disconnected sound files.DL 2016. Replacement:  http://www.ubu.com/sound/disconnected.html
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/diamond/    }Diamond sound files. DL 2016. Replacement:  http://www.ubu.com/sound/diamond.html
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/dial/     }Dial a Poem Poets sound files. DL 2016. Replacement: http://www.ubu.com/sound/gps.html     }Giorno Poetry Systems: The Dial-A-Poem Poets (July 18, 1973).  Amirkhanian introduces a program of poetry from the Dial-A-Poem exhibits organized by John Giorno at the Museum of Modern Art and other spaces. These poems were originally available to the general public via a special telephone number from the The Architectural League of New York. However due to some of the adult content contained in certain pieces the project was threatened with lawsuitÕs from concerned, conservative parents and the telephone number was eventually disconnected. John Giorno then turned to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as a venue for his collaborative project. However the radical political content of many of the works caused a great deal of concern and despite strong support from the then current director, the show was eventually pulled. The show then moved to a number of different venues and many of the poems have since been published as an audio recording. Poems heard on this program include works by John Cage, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Emmett Williams, Ed Sanders, Taylor Mead, Jim Carroll, Aram Saroyan, Anne Waldman, Bobby Seale, and many others.
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/demon/    }Demon sound files. DL 2016. Replacement:
http://www.ubu.com/sound/demon.html    }31 links, at least 10 mp3 sound files.
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/corrupt/    }Totally corrupt sound files. DL 2016. Replacement: http://www.ubu.com/sound/corrupt.html    }Totally Corrupt, 37 sound files (poems).
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/nova/Nova-Convention_08_zappa.mp3    }Frank Zappa reads from Burroughs’ Naked Lunch.  DL 2016. Replacement:
http://ubusound.memoryoftheworld.org/dial_a_poem_poets/nova/Nova-Convention_08_zappa.mp3     }Performed at The Nova Convention, NYC, December 2, 1978.
Emcee: Just sending up for the great uh, Frank Zappa.
FZ: Hiya. How you doin’ tonight? Alright, um, as you know, I’m not the kind of a person that reads books, I’ve said this before many times, I’m not fond of reading. But, I do, I have in the past made exceptions, and uh, one of these exceptions was this part of the, the book that, I’m sure you know, called Naked Lunch, and I’ve received permission to read the part about the talking asshole. So . . . Before I do, uh, I’ve discussed with Mr. Burroughs before we came out here some of the details that led to the construction of this section of the book. I asked him where he got the idea for this part, and he said that it was derived from the ventriloquist scene in The Dead Of Night, if you know that film. And I had a little bit of trouble following that, for a moment there, until he made it all very clear to me by saying that uh, it was like uh, when you have a ventriloquist dummy and suddenly the dummy starts talking for you. And so, with that introduction, I start on page 132, and it goes like this (ahem.)
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/giorno_burroughs/Giorno-Burroughs_06_burroughs_pook.mp3     }W.Burroughs. Ah Pook Is Here. DL 2016. Replacement:
http://ubusound.memoryoftheworld.org/dial_a_poem_poets/giorno_burroughs/Giorno-Burroughs_06_burroughs_pook.mp3             }Ubu Sound has moved many files from one server/website, to another one. On this page you’ll note that many have been moved, but are still on the Ubu site.
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/giorno_burroughs/Giorno-Burroughs_04_burroughs_wild.mp3     }W. Burroughs The Chief Is Here.       DL 2016. Replacement:
http://www.archive.org/download/AM_1974_11_07_c1/AM_1974_11_07_c1_16_vbr.mp3   }the entire Giorno-Burroughs reading. “Charles Amirkhanian and Victor Bedoian introduce a live reading before an audience of over 1,000 at the Pauley Ballroom of UC Berkeley given by America’s most noted writers, William S. Burroughs and John Giorno. Giorno (b. 1936) reads his newest work “Subduing Demons in America” and his “Suicide Sutra”. Burroughs reads from “Nova Express” , “The Wild Boys” and other works. “
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/Youre-The-Guy_02_mountains.mp3     }every year, we would have this picnic.
http://ubu.artmob.ca/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/Youre-The-Guy_06_dont_need_it.mp3     }John Giorno. DL 2016. Replacement:
http://ubusound.memoryoftheworld.org/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/Youre-The-Guy_06_dont_need_it.mp3   }moved to here.
http://www.audioport.org/    }A service of Pacifica Radio in California. PoetsWest programs are listed on the website under WEEKLY programs and made available to any non-profit community radio station around the globe.  Where you can find a global community of local programming.
http://www.buddism.ru/lib/__MP3_/mp3/Bill%20Laswell,%20Toshinori%20Kondo,%20Dalai%20Lama%20-%20Life%20Space%20Death/index.html   }excerpts of talks of HHDL set to hip-hop music by bill laswell et al.  2015 DL. Replacement:
http://www.discogs.com/Toshinori-Kondo-And-Bill-Laswell-Featuring-His-Holiness-The-Dalai-Lama-Life-Space-Death/release/201355    }Toshinori Kondo And Bill Laswell Featuring His Holiness The Dalai Lama – Life, Space, Death. Label:Meta Records – MT011; Format:CD, Album;  Country:US;  Released:22 Apr 2001; Genre:Electronic;   Style:Future Jazz, Downtempo, Ambient.
http://epc.buffalo.edu/sound/mp3/sp/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/18_anderson.mp3    }L. Anderson. Structuralist Film,  4:07.
epc.buffalo.edu/sound/mp3/sp/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/01_dr_miller.mp3     }Laurie A. Doctor Anderson, 4:18.
http://epc.buffalo.edu/sound/mp3/sp/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/04_closed_circuits.mp3   }L.A., you’re a closed circuit, baby. 7:25.
http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/berrigan/     }Ted Berrigan (15 November, 1934 – 4 July, 1983) samples.
http://detritus.net/wobbly/mp3s/2000/OTE_FakeBacon-01.mp3   }over the edge radio. 16:04.
http://www.digital-librarian.com/audio.html    }the Digital Librarian’s audio, video, and multimedia page.
Digital Librarian is maintained by Margaret Vail Anderson, a librarian in Cortland, New York. Audio, Video, Multimedia.
http://epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/    }their List. E P C ,e-poetry. E-Poetry at the Electronic Poetry Center.
http://www.dreamtimepodcast.com/2006/10/episode-17-october-in-railroad-earth.html    }Kerouac reading accompanied by Steve Allen on the piano. Info about Kerouac, Dylan, and Ginsberg. Followed by commentary.
http://people.dsv.su.se/~petter/music/Laurie%20Anderson%20-%20Big%20Scien.mp3     }Laurie Anderson, Born, Never Asked. 4:59. 2016 DL.  Replacement:
http://epc.buffalo.edu/sound/mp3/sp/dial_a_poem_poets/guy/05_born_never_asked.mp3    }here.
http://www.friendly-fascism.com/Synapsis_files/Negativland_-_05_-_The_Bottom_Line.mp3     }more negativland: torture. 3:22.  2016 DL.  Replacement:
https://web.archive.org/web/20040518215618/http://www.friendly-fascism.com/      }  What happens to you here is forever. Understand that in advance. We shall crush you down to the point from which there is no coming back. Things will happen to you from which you could not recover, if you lived a thousand years. Never again will you be capable of ordinary human feeling. Everything will be dead inside you. Never again will you be capable of love, or friendship, or joy of living, or laughter, or curiosity, or courage, or integrity. You will be hollow. We shall squeeze you empty, and then we shall fill you with ourselves.   — Big Brother, anxiously awaiting your arrival in room 101.
See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWWzh_BL7Lc     }3:26.
http://www.golden-wheel.net/biblio/Frenchlanguage/Tibetan%20sacred%20music/milarepa-chant.mp3   }milarepa chant, 10:20.   2016 DL.  Replacement:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgOVEVinoyE&list=PLcTV_gWeVXhZRo8cXKY_drIn0Rm93YsVq&index=16   }Milarepa, 10:16. Milarepa was Tibetan Jogin, poet and great student of Master Marpa. The mantra is from the kagyu Milarepa ritual. Milarepa – His Teachings Milarepa Karma and Samsara. (following on from ‘the fleeting bubbles’) -“This is indeed very helpful to my mind,” commented the physician, “but please preach still further for me on the truth of Karma and the suffering of birth, old age, illness and death, thus enabling me to gain a deeper conviction in Buddhadharma.” In response, Jetsun sang a song –

Please listen to these words,
Dear friends here assembled.

When you are young and vigorous
You ne’er think of old age coming,
But it approaches slow and sure
Like a seed growing underground.

When you are strong and healthy
You ne’er think of sickness coming,
But it descends with sudden force
Like a stroke of lightning.

When involved in worldly things
You ne’er think of death’s approach.
Quick it comes like thunder
Crashing round your head.

Sickness, old age and death
Ever meet each other
As do hands and mouth.
Waiting for his prey in ambush,
Yama is ready for his victim,
When disaster catches him.

Sparrows fly in single file. Like them,
Life, Death and Bardo follow one another.
Never apart from you
Are these three ‘visitors’.
Thus thinking, fear you not
Your sinful deeds?

Like strong arrows in ambush waiting,
Rebirth in Hell, as Hungry Ghost, or Beast
Is (the destiny) waiting to catch you.
If once into their traps you fall,
Hard will you find it to escape.

Do you not fear the miseries
You experienced in the past?
Surely you will feel much pain
If misfortunes attack you?
The woes of life succeed one another
Like the sea’s incessant waves –
One has barely passed, before
The next one takes its place.
Until you are liberated, pain
and pleasure come and go at random
Like passers-by encountered in the street.

Pleasures are precarious,
Like bathing in the sun;
Transient, too, as snowstorms
Which come without warning.
Remembering these things,
Why not practise the Dharma?

http://www.jackstraw.org/studio/sonarchy/    }Recorded live in the studios at Jack Straw Cultural Center, this hour-long program featuring new music and sound art made by Pacific Northwest artists. Sonarchy is broadcast every Sunday night from midnight to 1am on KEXP 90.3-FM in Seattle and live on the web at KEXP.org. Sonarchy is now into its 20th year, and thanks to KEXP’s inspired use of technology, each new show can be heard in its entirety for two weeks following the broadcast in several streaming audio formats. Doug Haire is the producer and mixes these shows live. If you are interested in performing on Sonarchy, click here to go to the Sonarchy FAQ.
http://www.jackstraw.org/radio/    } Jack Straw Productions Podcasts & Radio Programs.  Below is some information and links on the ongoing and selected past radio programs and podcasts we produce at Jack Straw, in partnership with local non-profit organizations and independent producers.
http://www.kenwardelmslie.com/interactive/index02.html   }Kenward Elmslie’s own website is as weird as he is, as you would expect. Fancy flash behind drawings of Elmslie, etc., leading to sound files.
http://www.kusf-archives.com/2012_02_14_archive.html     }KUSF IN EXILE/San Francisco Community Radio Archives.  Listen Live to KUSF In Exile:  http://live365.com/play/kusfinexile     }Schedule is on that page.  The Pomo Literati show on KUSF in exile is 3rd Sunday every 3 months with frank andrick, 6-8pm featuring music, poetry, interviews. Watch for details.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/violetblue/Open_Source_Sex_86.mp3   }audio Erotica. 24:36. Replaces above link(s). See also The Cold List for more audio Erotica.  If you have to ask, what does this have to do with poetry?, then you shouldn’t listen to it.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/violetblue/Open_Source_Sex_84_1.mp3  }audio Erotica. Plays in Windows Media Player.  11:30.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/violetblue/Open_Source_Sex_83.mp3   }audio Erotica. Ignore or skip intros and advertising at start. 11:05.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/violetblue/Open_Source_Sex_82.mp3   }audio Erotica. 19:52. If you have to ask, what does this have to do with poetry?, then you shouldn’t listen to it.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/violetblue/Open_Source_Sex_81.mp3   }audio Erotica. This one was recorded for Valentine’s Day. 14:16.
https://m-etropolis.com/     }M.ETROPOLIS | On-line source for jazz, free-jazz,  improvised, innovative, adventurous and unheard music and dangerous poetry. We listen to music and read artists who don’t even exist yet.
http://m-etropolis.com/blog/vox-audio/    }VOX Audio CD described on this page. “Compact Disks of Contemporary Poetry Edited by Bruce Holsapple featuring…”, and a long list of poets. Note that there is a performing group of the same name. This is a publisher of poetry.
http://negativland.com/guns/now.mp3   }about guns today.
http://negativland.com/guns/then.mp3   }this is the other version of the one about guns, in the past.
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http://www.openculture.com/audio_books_poetry    }Free Audio Books: Poetry. Download hundreds of free audio books, mostly classics, to your MP3 player or computer. Below, you’ll find great works of poetry by Auden, Rimbaud, Frost, Plath, Dickinson, Whitman & many others. Click here to see our our complete collection, 700 Free Audio Books: Download Great Books for Free. Also please see our related collection: 800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices.
http://www.openculture.com/2015/06/the-mystical-poetry-of-rumi-read-by-tilda-swinton-madonna-robert-bly-coleman-barks.html     }The Mystical Poetry of Rumi Read By Tilda Swinton, Madonna, Robert Bly & Coleman Barks. “But Rumi did not begin his career as a mystic, or as a poet. Author Brad Gooch, who is writing a biography of Rumi, describes him as “a traditional Muslim preacher and scholar, as his father and grandfather had been.” That is until age 37, when in 1244, he met a mystic called Shams of Tabriz. “The two of them have this electric friendship for three years—lover and beloved [or] disciple and sheikh, it’s never clear,” says Gooch. After Shams’ death, possibly by murder, Rumi began writing poetry. “Most of the poetry we have comes from age 37 to 67. He wrote 3,000 [love songs] to Shams, the prophet Muhammad and God.” Note: if some of the video or audio files are missing from this page, you can watch this link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZqAnIp5dMQ&list=PLF5A080F496458577     }the Rumi playlist, uploaded by Karen Hansen, 18 videos of Coleman Barks reading Rumi. This first video is Poetry by RUMI — Only Breath , 4:36. We don’t like the music for this video, but offer them for your judgement. This video also appears to be missing from the page:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJjuTNVs9MI   }Robert Bly and Coleman Barks perform the poetry of Rumi at one of the Mythic Journeys conferences, accompanied by tablas, sitar, and drums.  Musical accompaniment by Eugene Friesen and Arto Tuncboyaciyan. 6:00.
http://stream.paranode.com/imc/3/victoria/jim_carroll_-_people_who_died.mp3    }Jim Carroll.  2011 DL. Replacement: http://www.rhapsody.com/jim-carroll/catholic-boy/people-who-died  }not the same, but you can hear the cut. 4:59.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Tinfish.php#2-1-16    }poems from the monthy Tinfish Press readings at  the Revolution Bookshop. Mo`ili`ili, Honolulu.  5 readings, 32 mp3 sound files on the page and 77 links total.
http://www.poetrytechnology.com/    }Dr. Andy’s Poetry and Technology Hour airs live on KDVS 90.3 every Wednesday evening from 5-6 p.m. On the air since 2000, DAPATH features interviews with poets, writers, actors, innovative thinkers, and important members of both the national and international artistic community, including professionals of theatre, music, and writing across new media.  The station: https://kdvs.org/    }KDVS, in Davis, Ca. Listen here https://kdvs.org/programming/listen-now/   }KDVS is not just a radio station for Davis and Sacramento, we’re available around the world through Internet radio. We offer many ways to listen to our Internet radio, in many different formats and at many different qualities. This page will help you learn how to listen to our online streams and explain the differences in the various streams we offer.
http://www.reed.edu/english/courses/eng211/links.htm     }All of these resources include poetry by African Americans; for an amazing podcast of original audio sources in black cultural history, check out the Black Media Archive. Unless otherwise noted, all sound files are in .mp3 format and can be transferred to your iPod or any other audio device.  I have marked my favorite resources with a star.
http://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/XCP/XCP_93_Kelly_2005.mp3     }Robert Kelly reading, 30:08.  Appearing on Cross-Cultural Poetics, Hosted by Leonard Schwartz; Episode #93: Listening Hard.
Note that you can find all the Pennsound files here: https://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/XCP/    }601 links on this page.
https://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/Old-Greek-Songs/Alcman/Mason-Chris-Jickling-Mark_01_Alcman-Asleep_Alcman_2005.mp3     }see also Jone’s podcasts for Ancient Greek Music. 1:03, plays immediately.
http://media.sas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Waldman/Alchemical-Elegy/Waldman-Anne_06_Pieces-of-an-Hour_Alchemical-Elegy_2001.mp3       }Anne Waldman, Excerpt from Pieces of an Hour (Dear John Cage…),  5:45. Audio plays immediately.
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Waldman/Battery/Waldman-Anne_18_Born-Again-Blues_Battery_1994.mp3       }Born Again Blues; others on this page. 4:14. Audio starts playing immediately. Anne Waldman.
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Kelly/Kelly-Robert_03_The-Secret-Orator_Poetic-Brklyn_Nov-04.mp3         }The Secret Orator, poetic Brooklyn New York, 2004. 2:13. Robert Kelly.
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/      }location of coleman barks interview, 1:02:12. Requires login and password. If you want a copy of this interview, write to us, and we’ll send it to you. Contact: hillman1932@hotmail.com  or  jonedae@hotmail.com
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Kelly/Kelly-Robert_01_Writers-Institute-Reading_Albany_3-29-96.mp3   }Kelly’s complete reading at the Writer’s Institute, 1996. 58:41.
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/authors/Kelly/Kelly-Robert_Segue_NY_2-25-06.mp3    }Robert Kelly at the Bowery Poetry Club, 30:52.
http://mediamogul.seas.upenn.edu/pennsound/groups/XCP/XCP_93_Kelly_2005.mp3   }Kelly interviewed and reads poetry on Cross-Cultural Poetics. 30:08.
http://www.shapelessmass.com/offsite/tunes/William%20S.%20Burroughs%20%20-%20ich%20Bin%20von%20Kopf%20bis%20Fuss%20auf%20Liebe%20Eingestellt.mp3      }William Burroughs,
2:28. Audio plays immediately.
http://vrinda.vaisnava.hu/vrindamp3/       }Vedic Hymns in Spanish. 878 links (mp3s) on the page. They are from VRINDA – Instituto de Vrindavan para la Cultura y Estudios Vaishnavas, or Vrindavan Institute for culture and Vaishnava Studies.
http://www.ubu.com/    }UbuWeb: All avant-garde. All the time.
http://www.ubu.com/sound/dial.html        }The Dial-A-Poem Poets, 1972.
http://www.ubu.com/sound/anderson.html     }Laurie Anderson (b. 1947) .
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/      }PennSound Daily is written by Michael S. Hennessey. Control the number of PennSound Daily entries you’re viewing with the drop-down box at the top of the page, or visit the PennSound Daily archive (http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/daily/).
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Dia.php     }Dia’s Readings in Contemporary Poetry. Bringing together poets from different generations, the Readings in Contemporary Poetry series, curated by Vincent Katz, explores a range of experimentation and voices in contemporary poetry. Readings take place at Dia:Chelsea, 535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor, in New York City. (See above for the Dia Art Foundation. ) From the fall of 1987 through the spring of 2003, over one hundred poets read in Dia’s Readings in Contemporary Poetry series, coordinated by Brighde Mullins. These readings included historic literary events, such as James Schuyler’s first public reading and Joseph Brodsky’s last, as well as readings by Nobel Laureates and other luminaries. The series resumed in fall 2010. 44 mp3 sound files, 3 flash videos on the page. 141 links total.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/McClure.php           }Rebel Roar: The Sound of Michael McClure explores the poetry and thoughts of one of the original Beat poets. McClure’s relationship and influence on Jim Morrison, Bob Dylan, and the ’60s counter-culture are examined. Through readings and candid discussion of his work, new light is shed on the artist Dennis Hopper considers one of the most important American dramatic and poetic voices.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/4-Horsemen.html             }The Four Horsemen was a sound poetry group of Canadian poets composed of bpNichol, Rafael Barreto-Rivera, Paul Dutton and Steve McCaffery that also performed concrete poetry. The group was active from 1972 to 1988.[1] They released 2 12-inch vinyl records of their collaborative sound poetry (Nada Canadada, 1972; Live in the West, 1977), 2 cassettes (Bootleg, 1981; 2 Nights, 1988), as well as 3 print collections (Horse d’Oeuvres, 1977; A Little Nastiness, 198o; The Prose Tattoo, 1983) & the unique broadside Schedule For Another Place (1981).[2] They were Canada’s first sound poetry ensemble, leading directly to the formation of at least 3 further groups: Owen Sound in Toronto (Michael Dean, David Penhale, Steven Ross Smith, Richard Truhlar), Re:Sounding in Edmonton (Douglas Barbour, Stephen Scobie) & Quatuor Gualuor in Ottawa (currently jwcurry, Rachel Lindsey, Georgia Mathewson, Brian Pirie).  These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the authors and their estates. Used with permission of the authors and Ellie Nichol for bp Nichol. Distributed by PennSound.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/classics.php          }PennSound Classics.  84 links.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Yeats.php           } © 2011 the estate of William Butler Yeats. These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the author. Distributed by PennSound. 53 links (mp3s).
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/authors.php          }Note: Authors and files listed in the Series, Anthologies, and Singles pages (on the left) are not listed here. Use our search box at the bottom left of the screen for all listings of an author.  673 links on the page, 645 authors.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Simic.php         }Charles Simic.  45 links.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Kelly.html         } Robert Kelly. 56 links, most are mp3s.
http://jacket1.writing.upenn.edu/06/kellyrobert.html        }Robert Kelly, two poems, Lithuanian Elegy and Dream Debris.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Old-Songs.html    }Old Songs: Mark Jickling and Chris Mason translate Archaic Greek poems (7 – 4th Century B.C.)and put them to music, with Liz Downing, vocals, Rebby Sharp, fiddle, and others.
http://www.writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Elmslie.html   }Kenward Elmslie, 75 links, mostly mp3s.
http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Ginsberg-Blake.php       }Ginsberg sings Blake; links to other Ginsburg readings.
http://www.voyagerrecords.com/     }The co-producer of the PoetsWest recording. Voyager specializes in traditional, acoustic fiddle and pioneer music recordings.
http://ubu.wfmu.org/sound/dial_a_poem_poets/corpse/Corpse_05_berrigan.mp3        }T. Berrigan. 2016 DL.  Replacement:  http://ubusound.memoryoftheworld.org/dial_a_poem_poets/corpse/Corpse_05_berrigan.mp3    }Excerpts from Memorial Day, 3:56, recorded Scottish Arts Council, Glasgow, Scotland, March 24, 1974) . Track 5 from Biting off the Tongue of a Corpse.
http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/03/pouring_some_be.html    }a good page on  Charles Bukowski, with variety.
http://blogfiles.wfmu.org/HT/Hyperlexic_-_Bukowski.mp3     }a smoothly done, sort-of remix of some of Charles Bukowski’s readings.
http://stream0.wfmu.org/ubu    }WFMU streaming in your browser. Not the mobile app.


IV. Video.

http://buttonpoetry.tumblr.com/    }Well-produced performance poetry videos, released at the rate of one a day. (They also have a website and a YouTube channel.)
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/o-u-t-r-i-d-e-r-a-documentary-film-on-poet-anne-waldman-the-outrider-lineage#%2F” xid=”807      }Poet Anne Waldman evolves the Outrider lineage by her electric performances, wide-ranging collaborations, and radical mission to keep the world safe for poetry.
http://movingpoems.com/     }”The best poetry videos on the Web.  Note that the site has 232 pages of videos. Yes, that’s right, 232 pages. “My main focus here is on videopoetry, “a genre of poetry displayed on a screen, distinguished by its time-based, poetic juxtaposition of text with images and sound,”  as videopoetry pioneer Tom Konyves puts it. Other names for this genre  or examples of closely related genres, depending on one’s perspective,  include filmpoetry, poetry-film and cinepoetry, and animated poems form an important subset. I am especially interested in videopoems created by the poet him- or herself, which can often take ekphrastic form (Hey, I’ve got some cool footage, let’s see if there’s a poem in it!), and which grade into active collaborations between poet and filmmaker. I do also post other kinds of poetry videos, too, including poetry readings, spoken word performances, documentaries, poetry dance videos, concert performances of poems set to music, and the occasional interview with a poet. See the directory for a complete listing of poets, nationalities, and filmmakers. “
http://www.openculture.com/2011/04/poems_as_short_films.html       }A few years ago, the geniuses over at Four Seasons Productions began shooting evocative short films set to classic poetry. 21 finished pieces, a long list of festival prizes and a full DVD later, many of their best poem videos are now available to watch for free on their YouTube channel.These short pieces capture the mood, rhythms and meaning of a wide range of poetic voices and styles in imaginative ways. Our favorite is the above interpretation of Langston Hughes “The Weary Blues”, but there are several other exceptional shorts, including “Only Breath” by the great 13th century sufi poet Jalal ad-Din Rumi and “100 Love Sonnets IX” by Pablo Neruda. Note: The Neruda poems are read in the original Spanish.
http://www.openculture.com/2014/05/three-charles-bukowski-poems-animated.html    }Four Charles Bukowski Poems Animated,  . You can find readings of Bukowski poems in the poetry section of our collection of Free Audio Books. >Note that, some of the video files appear to be missing from this page.  Here are some replacements which we found for you: http://youtu.be/JW12Ealvj0s   }Charles Bukowski The man with the beautiful eyes, 5:42,  Jonathan Hodgson’s adaptation;  http://youtu.be/jsc3ItAKSLc   }Bluebird animation based on Charles Bukowski’s poem, 02:19;  http://youtu.be/nEbIuDuW7l8   }The Laughing Heart – Charles Bukowski – A Short Film, 1:56,  Bradley Bell’s interpretation; and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3xvDQ5stF0    }Roll the Dice – Charles Bukowski HD, 2:24, an animation suggested by one of our readers, Mark.
http://www.poetryfoundation.org/features/videolanding    }their video page. 89 links on the page. Videos in several categories; Recommended.
http://www.poetry.la/index.html          }Online video showcase featuring established and emerging poets at various venues throughout Southern California.   “ We video readings and performances by established and emerging poets appearing at venues throughout Southern California and post them online to showcase the region’s rich poetry scene to a wider audience. Since 2007, we have posted 500+ videos to our Venuer channel on YouTube. To date, the channel has received over 730,000 views. In 2013, we began a poet interview series hosted by Mariano Zaro.
https://www.poets.org/search/node/videos       }the videos on their website, page one of seven. 10 results.
https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/video    }Academy of American Poets Video Series. Take a look at the latest from our collection of over one hundred videos featuring award-winning poets in conversation, reading their own poems, and delivering lectures about the landscape of American poetry.
http://www.ubu.com/vp/     }Ubu Web Visual Poetry. UbuWeb began as an online repository for concrete and visual poetry scanned from aging anthologies and re-imagined as back-lit transmissions from a potential future. As the archive has progressed, the concentration on visual poetry has waned in favour of an reconnoitering of diverse avant-gardes. UbuWeb’s Visual Poetry section exposes little-seen exemplars of historical praxis and models of contemporary insight to a wider audience. This section includes anthologies, ephemeral publications, criticism and sporadic journals dedicated to visual poetry. Due to the elusive and ephemeral nature of concrete and visual poetry publications, there is a perceived lack of innovation in the genre. Without exposure to radical practice, artistic precedent and innovative models, concrete poets too often fall back upon familiar tropes and unchallenging forms.
http://www.ubu.com/film/index.html    }UbuWeb: Film & Video.  UbuWeb Films on Mobile Media After two long years, we are proud to announce that all our films are finally viewable on mobile media (smartphones & tablets), as well as on computers. Special thanks to Ubu volunteers Meredith Finkelstein for the coding, Patrick Stein for the conversions, and Art Design Office for the streamlining and ongoing technical support. We ain’t YouTube. As befits the avant-garde, our films are cranky and lo-fi. They take a minute to load, but they should always play. We’re happy to have finally made it into the twenty-first century!
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC4RI_XGMqN2JTW9sfzj3RZYwv2ak8aU     }Five PBS television series, including four hosted by Bill Moyers, feature extensive footage shot at past Dodge Poetry Festivals. >The first of those is The Power Of The Word, with Bill Moyers; but on you tube, they have only the funding credits for the series, nothing more.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qT1DDPVXdGk&feature=related    }Kenward Elmslie, sneaky Pete.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hkreT3J2ho&feature=related     }Ed Sanders discusses poetry from ancient Greece into the modern age, with Henri Matisse.  6:57.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMqXs-Q6CjA&feature=related    }Waldman Putting Makeup On Empty Space. 3:28.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKWnMB-88-k&list=PLZsFX0OzxGAwYh0ISnHAYODl_urqrix31    }    }Russel Simmons Def Poetry Jam, 26:36.  I do not own this. If you’re looking for tips on writing spoken word check this out: http://wanderingthoughtslane.blogspot.com/2012/10/spoken-word.html    }Spoken word is a form of poetry that often uses alliterated prose or verse and occasionally uses metered verse to express social commentary.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSjHWwNwa-M      }Youth Speaks Seattle Grand Slam 2011 Round 2,
43:00. Each year, the Youth Speaks Seattle Slam Series showcases some of the best in original youth spoken word poetry, dazzling with raw insight and impassioned performance. Join us this year as Arts Corps presents this incredible series and celebration of youth voice at Town Hall, where twelve teen poets compete to secure a spot on the 2011 Seattle Youth Poetry Slam Team. The team will travel to the Bay Area in July to represent Seattle at the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam, which convenes young poets from over seventy different cities to compete and perform. Since 2007, HBO has produced Russell Simmons Presents: Brave New Voices, a documentary of the annual slam series that showcases the work of youth poets. To find out about bringing a poetry/spoken word class to your school or organization, visit
http://www.artscorps.org/courses/bring-it.html   }2016 DL. Replacement:
http://www.artscorps.org/programs/teen-programs/   }their Teen Programs,  “Through arts education and community collaboration, Arts Corps unlocks the creative power of youth so that all young people have the courage to imagine and freedom to create a just and vibrant future.”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBEkjFZ4XdA&feature=more_related     }Jim Carroll and Charles Bukowski.  4:36.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6J8ZEmrekc    }who will prop me up in the rain?  3:10.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKvvLeEqCiQ&NR=1     }Kenward Elmslie’s Love Song, from a poem by Theodore Roethke. 4:01.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzCF6hgEfto       }Jack Kerouac on the Steve Allen Show.  2016 DL.  You tube has removed this video. Replacement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LLpNKo09Xk&list=PLFmks_sStRbtYW5qJbV5YyFI3B1xYo_Jq    }6:51. This playlist has Kerouac reading other poems and fiction.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SirOxIeuNDE    }Laurie Anderson – Mach 20, 2:53.  Laurie’s piece “Mach 20” from “United States Live”. This was on a short-lived TV show called “The New Show”. It was produced by the same producer as an earlier show that employed some of the same people, but it definitely was “The New Show”. I mean, I taped the damn thing.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHRcKjvX1xE&feature=related     }Bukowski on people. 3:29.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH9esypX76Y&mode=user&search    }we got here yesterday, etc., John Giorno. 5:59.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8M4ll1nelM&feature=related   }Bukowski, the tragedy of the leaves, 2:05, read by Kevin Vespanziani. Read to a video montage, HQ. Set to music. Highly recommended.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHOHi5ueo0A   }waits reads bukowski’s Laughing Heart. 1:05.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmWZOsVtqR0&feature=related    }Bukowski’s Bluebird (best reading of several on youtube.) 1:14. No reading by B. himself available.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrrj-BnjLqY&feature=related   } Born into this. 2:04.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAi41ycNc2Y       }born into this, excerpt from a biography of Bukowski, set to music. 10:04.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KA5-xLaFhx4    }this is the full-length biography/documentary. The title of the film comes from Bukowski’s poem, “Dinosauria, we”, which was published in his book, “The Last Night Of The Earth Poems”. Published in 1992, it was the final book of poetry released while the poet was still alive. 1:54:52.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAMXzIoqJQs     }Poetry for Social Change and Activism, 29:53. This is the final segment of a 6 part video lecture series on Poetry, Healing, and Growth by Dr. Louis Hoffman of Saybrook University. The focus of this lecture is on the use of poetry to facilitate and encourage social change.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5QHQjEKTj8   }Bob Putnam reading “people who died” after Jim Carroll died in 2009, at age 60. 3:19.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6pPLeXsd9A    }Jim Carroll and the Jim Carroll Band doing People Who Died, 3:37, with lyrics on the page.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cECiIoBGLSI&NR=1   }Bukowski against mickey mouse. 3:34. A sequence from the documentary “Born into This” (John Dullaghan, 2003) with Sean Penn.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XekOwXbtZ0U         }The Soldier, His Wife &The Bum, written and read by Charles Bukowski. 1:52.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71zQRxGdLC4&feature=related   }Love is a Dog From Hell, 1:43. Subtitled in Italian. A sequence from the documentary “Born into This” (John Dullaghan, 2003), with Henry Dean Stanton.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSo9_iVc9Cs&NR=1    }to the whore who took my poems, 1:35.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scU3WE560Gc&feature=fvst    }advice from Burroughs, produced by Bill Laswell. 4:03.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMbx1f43Y9A&feature=related    }Burroughs and The Doors, 2:48, Is Everybody In?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKSJEv5wRF8    }tom waits reading Bukowski’s Nirvana. DL. 5jun12 update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-vdPkESLZs    }new URL for Nirvana. (long version, 3:07). (color.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUeI3kdOEAU   }b&w version of Nirvana, shorter, 2:14.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HY7pKQ-Imco     }”Words In Your Face” from “Alive From Off Center” , 29:27. “Words In Your Face,” the  “United States of Poetry.” Originally aired in 1991 on PBS, as part of “Alive From Off Center,” a production of KTCA (St. Paul – Minneapolis).  Performers:  Commentary by Henry Rollins, … (complete list with video).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6507FuuT8U&feature=related    }E. E. Cummings – If Everything Happens That Can’t Be Done – Eileen Atkins, 1:16.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4pEshU68BY   }”anyone lived in a pretty how town” by e e cummings, perhaps read by the author. 2:08.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXCqQyeJ0k4&feature=related   }”o, sweet spontaneous earth,” by e.e. cummings, perhaps read by the author, if a little quickly. 0:33.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLSveRGmpIE    }Burroughs reading thanksgiving prayer, original version, 2:25.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4nSxArk9g8     }Burroughs reading thanksgiving prayer, alternative version (recommended), 2:16. They’re both worth watching, but the video is more interesting and poetic in this one.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scU3WE560Gc   }burroughs’ words of advice, audio only, but this one is the best mix with music. 4:03.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqBIgCb7dv0&feature=related   }burroughs’ advice for young people, video of him reading it live. 2:19.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahUdQd_YtwM   }The Four Horsemen, 2:39. A clip from Ron Mann’s documentary, Poetry in Motion (1981).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pH_vMVVZXQA&mode=user&search   }Kenward Elmslie, 3:16. A clip from Ron Mann’s documentary, Poetry in Motion (1981).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VpToxlkVCLQ    }Who the Hell is Robert Ronnie Branaman?: YouTube video by Guy Borges and Patrick Rosenkranz, 9:58.
http://vimeo.com/21704635     }Hopperized, a tribute to Dodge City, Kansas native Dennis Hopper, by Laki Vazakas. Created in June of 2010. “Little Nemo” Copyright Grant Hart.  5:23.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nITP0S1Ve8k      }Charley Plymell reads Soft Fascism, 3:57
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH9esypX76Y&mode=user&search      }John Giorno
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw71vLazQEM&feature=related   }RAW on stupidity, 1:19.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w73BKDZK0fE&feature=related   }RAW, America is not a Christian country, 4:20.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moFrJ28bXJw    }Laurie Anderson and her clone (Part 1), 2:50.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkJfps8-eB8        }Laurie Anderson and her clone (Part 2), 1:30.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27aLils4m_8     }Laurie Anderson and her clone (Part 3), 5:11.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3hC3LMA3Qw      }Laurie Anderson and her clone (Part 4), 1:23.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hy1XY2z58xw     }Laurie Anderson and her clone (Part 5), 1:20.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdftnLhRCuQ          }Jim  Carroll Band – Catholic Boy, 3:10.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpcIYh7sL5Q      }”For Elizabeth” by Jim Carroll, 2:36.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc64BWZtICY     }Jim Carroll Poem From Void Of Course, 1:10.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V6kPxEVB54      }Jim Carroll – It’s Too Late, 3:02.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4S0FYT5jcE0      }Jim Carroll “City Drops Into The Night”,  7:07.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMxLIIxweMw       }Jim Carroll band – I want the angel, 2:49.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAFbYN_8e7g    }Diamanda Galas – I Put a Spell on You (live), 4:30.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jjCnKvA4IE    }Diamanda Galas Gloomy Sunday, 3:01.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9T29Lqpi2RQ     }Diamanda Galas – Double Barrel Prayer, 5:05.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahUdQd_YtwM     }The Four Horsemen, 2:39. A clip from Ron Mann’s documentary, Poetry in Motion (1981).


V. Podcasts.


Some podcasts are in III. Audio, above.
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/wfmu-radio/id324175340?mt=8    }WFMU, the Freeform Station of the Nation, offers a full-service iOS app. Listen to live streams, archives, and podcasts, view playlists and comment on shows in real-time, bookmark and share your favorite songs, download archives for offline listening,
and watch WFMU video feeds. Listen to archives and podcasts of your favorite shows (new: rewind and fast-forward features), and download them for offline listening (via wifi only).WFMU is a listener-supported, non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.1 FM to the greater New York City area. It is currently the longest running freeform radio station in the United States. WFMU’s programming ranges from flat-out uncategorizable strangeness to rock and roll, experimental music, 78 RPM Records, jazz, psychedelia, hip-hop, electronic, hand-cranked wax cylinders, punk rock, gospel, exotica, R&B, radio improvisation, found sound,interviews, spoken word collages, as well as country and western music. WFMU Radio Support: What’s New in Version 4.0.1: Optimized for iPad; WFMU Video Feeds Supported; Submit Videos & Photos.
http://www.citylightspodcast.com/    }Live! From City Lights, their podcast. Readings, Interviews, and Reviews from City Lights Books & Publishers.
https://drjonedae.wordpress.com/2015/01/07/poetry-show-podcast/     }Poetry Show Podcast, 7jan15; 1:28:53.
https://drjonedae.wordpress.com/2015/10/18/poetry-show-ii-podcast/     }Poetry Show Podcast #2,15oct15,  1:57:42.
https://drjonedae.wordpress.com/2015/11/03/poetry-show-3-the-city-podcast/    }Poetry Show #3: The City, 02nov15, 1:28:49.
https://drjonedae.wordpress.com/2015/11/17/poetry-show-podcast-4/     }Poetry Show Podcast #4, 15Nov15,  1:29:56.
http://jackstraw.org/blog/    }Jackstraw literary podcasts. Jack Straw SoundPages. Featuring live readings, interviews, and profiles on artists in the Jack Straw Writers Program. The actual audio files are here:
http://jackstraw.org/blog/?cat=2    }Archive for the ‘SoundPages Literary Podcasts’ Category. 110 links on this page.
http://www.jackstraw.org/radio/     } Jack Straw Productions Podcasts & Radio Programs. Below is some information and links on the ongoing and selected past radio programs and podcasts we produce at Jack Straw, in partnership with local non-profit organizations and independent producers. Current and Ongoing Radio Programs.
http://www.kexp.org/podcasts#sonarchy       }Kexp Podcasts. KEXP offers full-song podcasts and DJ-curated mixes featuring an eclectic variety of artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world, plus full-session live performances recorded in the KEXP studios and during our remote broadcasts. KEXP is the first radio station in the U.S. to offer music podcasts of this scope. Currently we have 5 podcasts you can subscribe to: Song of the Day – new music from independent artists delivered weekdays; Music That Matters – featuring the world’s best independent artists delivered weekly; Live Performances – exclusive live sessions from KEXP delivered twice weekly; Sonarchy Radio – featuring experimental Northwest artists delivered weekly; Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment – public affairs interviews delivered weekly.
http://www.poetswest.com/radio_programs.htm    }PoetsWest Radio Programs. PoetsWest broadcasts every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. (PT) from KSER 90.7 FM on The Road Home from Everett, WA. The broadcast is available via streaming by going to http://www.kser.org/ and following the Listen Live links. Note: These radio programs are large MP3 files and are only suitable for high speed Internet connections.
http://www.whyy.org/podcast/listeningbooth/chieftains.mp3    }story of the San Patricios, with The Chieftans and Ry Cooder. 57:07.

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