Audio

Jeramy Dodds interviewed on Classical 96

Length: 10:23

Radio host Alexa Petrenko of Classical 96.3 FM interviews Griffin Poetry Prize nominee Jeramy Dodds (Crabwise to the Hounds). Dodds also reads from the book.

John Goldbach - The Devil and the Detective

Length: 3:43

John Goldbach reads from the opening chapter of his debut novel The Devil and the Detective. In this excerpt, private detective Robert James receives a phone call in the middle of the night from Elaine Andrews, a young woman who has just found her much older husband dead on their living room couch, a knife protruding from his chest. Or at least that’s probably what happened . . .

Jon Paul Fiorentino - Rapid Cycler

Length: 0:29

From Jon Paul Fiorentino's 2006 collection, The Theory of the Loser Class.

Jon Paul Fiorentino - Spine

Length: 0:26

From Jon Paul Fiorentino's 2006 collection, The Theory of the Loser Class.

Karen Mac Cormack - At Issue IX: Diminish

Length: 2:22

Karen Mac Cormack reads a selection from At Issue, reprinted in Prismatic Publics (2009). The recording is graciously provided by PennSound. For more audio by Karen Mac Cormack, visit her PennSound page.

Kyle Buckley - ['The disappointment of poetry'...]

Length: 1:39

A passage from Kyle Buckley's extended poem, The Laundromat Essay, recorded in the historic Coach House coffee room.

Kyle Buckley - [As we found ourselves saying...]

Length: 3:08

A passage from Kyle Buckley's extended poem, The Laundromat Essay, recorded in the historic Coach House coffee room.

Kyle Buckley - [We were invisible cats...]

Length: 1:48

A passage from Kyle Buckley's extended poem, The Laundromat Essay, recorded in the historic Coach House coffee room.

Leigh Kotsilidis reads from Hypotheticals

Length: 3:41

New Coach House poet Leigh Kotsilidis reads "Notes Toward Suburbia," "With Every Departure" and "Before Meteorologists" from her debut collection, Hypotheticals.

Lisa Robertson - 'Tuesday' (from The Weather)

Length: 7:06

Lisa Robertson reads 'Tuesday' from The Weather. The recording is graciously provided by PennSound. Visit their site for more readings by Lisa Robertson and others.