Survey Says!

Feature

Friday, July 24, 2009

Nathan Austin isn't your typical poet: he gets his material – word for word – from TV. For two months, Austin transcribed answers given on "Family Feud" and alphabetized them for a new book called Survey Says! Produced by Sarah Campbell. Reading by WNYC'sMelissa Eagan.

Guests:

Melissa Eagan

Contributors:

Sarah Campbell

Comments [1]

dzfinch from baton rouge, LA

Loved this piece on the strangely obvious places where poetry hides.....Thanks for giving air time to poetry, and to poetry that we might not have heard about already. Hope that we continue to hear more from Sarah Campbell on the new directions 21st century poetry is taking--

Jul. 26 2009 07:17 PM

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