Dana Gioia


Friday, August 04, 2006

Dana Gioia is a poet, translator, and former businessman who handles the unenviable task of running the National Endowment for the Arts while convincing Congress to fund it. Gioia urges support of the arts across party lines and recites one of his poems (not at the same time).


Dana Gioia

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