New audio files are available at Romantic Circles’ Poets on Poets series: Andrew Kozma reading Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” Part IV; Jennifer Kwon Dobbs reading Charlotte Turner Smiths’s “Sonnet LXX” and ”Sonnet LXXVII” [from Elegiac Sonnets]; Elizabeth Volpe reading William Blake’s “The Human Abstract”; and Anne Shaw reading Blake’s “The Tyger.” As always, you can play or download the MP3 files directly from the Poets on Poets page–
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The Poets on Poets series is edited and produced by Tilar Mazzeo with the assistance of Doug Guerra and Matt O’Donnell.
Romantic Circles is pleased to announce the latest installment of its Poets on Poets archive of audio files, with contemporary poets choosing and reading Romantic-period poems . This grouping includes Ken Cormier performing Blake’s “The Fly,” Douglas Kearney reading Blake’s “A Poison Tree,” Molly Peacock reading Wordsworth’s “Nuns fret not” sonnet, Joshua Kryah reading John Clare’s “Where she told her love,” and Erica Wright reading Wordsworth’s “Elegaic Stanzas.” As always, the audio files (in MP3 format) or readings, accompanied by bios of the contemporary poets and texts of the poems, can be listened to and downloaded for free from this address:
The files are also available via automated subscription using our RSS feed or directly from iTunes (search in podcasts for “Romantic Circles”).