Poet, playwright, and novelist William Packard moderates this 1968 broadcast: Is there a New York poet?
William Packard discusses his book, Desire: Erotic Poetry Through the Ages. He talks about love poetry and erotic poetry. Packard reads selections of poems from the book.
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Writer William Packard discusses the nature of creativity with host Walter Miller.
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William Packard discusses his new book, First Selected Poems.
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William Packard reads selections from his book First Selected Poems and discusses them with Walter James Miller. Among the poems he reads are "Haircut," "They are doing it in Africa," and "Sisyphus."
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Walter J. Miller discusses his book, Making an Angel, with host William Packard. Miller also reads a selection from his book.
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William Packard, author of Four Plays, discusses the writing and production of his plays.
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Authors Beatrice Salomon [sic], William Packard, Richard Gardner, and Richard Kostelanetz discuss Summer Writers Conferences.
Host Walter James Miller introduces his four guests. He asks each, in turn, their experiences attending writer's conferences, what they intend to do at their upcoming conference appearances, and which of their ...
Poets Miriam Andrews, William Mundell, and William Packard honor John Williams Andrews with selections from Andrews' work as well as material written in tribute to him.
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William Packard and John Ware discuss their new book, The Craft of Poetry.
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Poet William Packard discusses his translation of a Chinese play, The White Snake. He talks about the technical conventions and themes of the work. He talks about his other works and the upcoming Hofstra Summer Writers' Conference as well.
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William Packard moderates. He introduces the discussion program on New York poets, an extension of a course offered at New York University this fall, he names many poets who are involved ...