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Denise Duhamel
An interview and reading with poet Denise Duhamel. David Lehman hosts this special audio program as part of the Best American Poetry on the Air series

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Denise Duhamel

Denise Duhamel is the author of 13 books and chapbooks, the most recent of which is Queen for a Day: Selected and New Poems (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001.) An assistant professor at Florida International University in Miami, she co-edited, with Nick Carbo, Sweet Jesus: Poems about the Ultimate Icon (The Anthology Press, 2002.)

Best American Poetry on the Air

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Denise Duhamel    Click here to listen to the Billy Collins interview

The Cortland Review presents a special audio interview with Denise Duhamel, originally recorded as part of the "Best American Poetry on the Air" series.

"The Best American Poetry on the Air" is a radio offshoot of the best-selling annual poetry anthology, edited by David Lehman. In the on-air series, Lehman, assisted by Ed Webster, has recorded a series of five pilot programs, each featuring a different guest. In the five programs, Charles Bernstein, Donald Hall, Sharon Olds, Denise Duhamel, and Susan Wheeler read their poems and are interviewed by Lehman.

The following audio interview with Denise Duhamel was interviewed on May 18, 1999 at The New School University.

Click here to listen to the Sharon Olds interview for Best American Poetry on the Air Listen to the complete program   (requires Real Player)


Listen to the poems read by Denise Duhamel in this program:

 

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