Hatin' Poets

Radio Drama

Friday, April 27, 2007

National Poetry Month is over next week, and no one is more relieved than Dean Young and Tony Hoagland -- two of America’s most highly regarded poets. They think that maybe poets should be paid NOT to write poetry. We eavesdrop on their phone call.

Contributors:

Tony Hoagland and Dean Young

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