Got five minutes for a poem? Surely you do! Each weekly episode of ModPoMinute features an improvised conversation about one poem in just five minutes. Join Al Filreis and Anna Strong Safford as they encounter both a thoughtful colleague and a compelling poem. ModPoMinute is hosted by the free & open online course called “ModPo” and is sponsored by the Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia.
ModPoMinute #52: On Walt Whitman's "I Hear it was Charged Against Me," with Kate Colby
ModPoMinute #51: On Gertrude Stein's "Water Raining"
ModPoMinute #50: On Ron Padgett's "The Nail," with Sophia Naz
ModPoMinute #49: On Aldon Nielsen's "44.1"
ModPoMinute #48: On Bill Berkson's "Dress Trope," with Philip Good
ModPoMinute #47: On Bernadette Mayer's "The Incorporation of Sophia's Cereal"
ModPoMinute #46: On Angela Carr's "Of the Still Middle," with Davy Knittle
ModPoMinute #45: On Harryette Mullen's "Urban Tumbleweed," with Molly O'Neill
ModPoMinute #44: On Keith Waldrop's "Diminished Galleries"
ModPoMinute #43: On Elizabeth Willis's "September 9," with Laynie Browne and Kate Colby
ModPoMinute #42: On David Bromige's "So, a poetry of immediacy," with Max McKenna
ModPoMinute #41: On Jerome Rothenberg's "A Paradise of Poets"