Film, Video MacDowell Colony Poets

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MacDowell Colony Poets
Six poets who served residencies at the MacDowell Colony are featured in readings by Stephen Dunn, Peter Klappert and Kathy Mangan. These poets also read a sampling of poems by three past Poet Laureates who attended MacDowell: Louise Bogan, Anthony Hecht and Stanley Kunitz.
Event Date
November 08, 2007
Related Resources
Poetry and Literature Center:
A Century of Creativity: The MacDowell Colony 1907-2007:
Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes 2 seconds
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