Event Title

Reading: Galway Kinnell

Presenter Information

Galway Kinnell

Location

UND Memorial Ballroom

Start Date

18-3-1999 8:00 PM

End Date

18-3-1999 9:00 PM

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In this audiovisual recording from March 18, 1999 as part of the 30th annual UND Writers Conference: “Expressing the Sacred,” Galway Kinnell reads a selection of his poetry. Kinnell reads an excerpt from “Under the Maud-Moon,” “The Olive Wood Fire,” “After Making Love We Hear Footsteps,” “Oatmeal,” “The Fundamental Project of Technology,” “The Cellist,” “Parkinson's Disease,” “Collusion of Elements,” “Rapture,” “Feathering,” “Why Regret,” and “How Could She Not.”

Kinnell also responds to audience questions about the vocal quality of his work and poetry in general, audience, his favorite poem in the previous thirty years (Etheridge Knight's “Idea of Ancestry”), his thoughts on poetry as an industry, and his creative process. Kinnell also recites Dylan Thomas's “In My Craft or Sullen Art” and his own “Lastness” and “Prayer.”

Introduced by Maureen Salzer.

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Mar 18th, 8:00 PM Mar 18th, 9:00 PM

Reading: Galway Kinnell

UND Memorial Ballroom

In this audiovisual recording from March 18, 1999 as part of the 30th annual UND Writers Conference: “Expressing the Sacred,” Galway Kinnell reads a selection of his poetry. Kinnell reads an excerpt from “Under the Maud-Moon,” “The Olive Wood Fire,” “After Making Love We Hear Footsteps,” “Oatmeal,” “The Fundamental Project of Technology,” “The Cellist,” “Parkinson's Disease,” “Collusion of Elements,” “Rapture,” “Feathering,” “Why Regret,” and “How Could She Not.”

Kinnell also responds to audience questions about the vocal quality of his work and poetry in general, audience, his favorite poem in the previous thirty years (Etheridge Knight's “Idea of Ancestry”), his thoughts on poetry as an industry, and his creative process. Kinnell also recites Dylan Thomas's “In My Craft or Sullen Art” and his own “Lastness” and “Prayer.”

Introduced by Maureen Salzer.