Mary Ponsot

Friday, April 29, 2005

Marie Ponsot reads a poem called "Winter," as well as a poem about Easter in the New York City of her childhood. She's a native New Yorker who has taught writing at Queens College, New York University and Columbia University, among other institutions. Her most recent book of poems is Springing: New and Selected Poems (Knopf). Her other books include The Green Dark, Admit Impediment, True Minds, and The Bird Catcher.


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