William Packard

William Packard appears in the following:

'Embracing Geography': Does New York City Incubate Poets?

Monday, August 13, 2012

WNYC
Packard asks the in-studio poets what it means to live in New York City, to write and to let the experience of New York City come into one’s own poetry.
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William Packard

Wednesday, June 10, 1981

He talks about love poetry and erotic poetry.

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William Packard

Tuesday, October 17, 1978

William Packard discusses his new book, "First Selected Poems."

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William Packard

Monday, May 29, 1978

Writer William Packard discusses the nature of creativity with host Walter Miller.


WNYC archives id: 72859

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William Packard

Monday, October 17, 1977

Packard reads "Haircut," "They are doing it in Africa," and "Sisyphus."

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Walter James Miller

Monday, October 03, 1977

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

Monday, September 12, 1977

William Packard, author of Four Plays, discusses the writing and production of his plays.


WNYC archives id: 72880

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Walter James Miller

Monday, August 29, 1977

William Packard interviews W. J. Miller, author of "The Annotated Jules Verne," and the show's main host.


WNYC archives id: 72899

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Beatrice Schuman

Monday, May 24, 1976

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 ...

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Andrews Memorial

Sunday, July 13, 1975

Readings in honor of poet John Williams Andrews.

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William Packard and John Ware

Sunday, November 10, 1974

William Packard and John Ware discuss their new book, "The Craft of Poetry."

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William Packard

Sunday, June 16, 1974

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.


WNYC archives id: 72877

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New York Poets - Are They Different?

Sunday, September 15, 1968

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

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 ...

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