“Live” Poetry on the Web

The World Wide Word Radio Networks Presents
This Wednesday March 5 on
The Moe Green Poetry Hour
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Listen live or later
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Call in number (718) 508-97175 Pm Pacific time 8 PM eastern
Join Moe Green (AKA) Rafael F. J. Alvarado and
His cohost
Corrie Greathouse
as they listen to the poetry of


Larry Gavin
Philip Metres
Harvey Shapiro


Mr. Gavin is a poet, essayist and translator as well as a teacher. His book of poetry, Necessities, published in 2005 was nominated for a Pushcart prize. His second book Least Resistance was published in 2007 and is nominated for a Minnesota book award. His third book will appear in 2009 and is titled Stone and Sky. Mr. Gavin is editor of Tumbling Crane Magazine a postcard magazine that is devoted to publishing haiku. He’s also a senior editor of Midwest Fly Fishing Magazine.His environmental writing has appeared in Gray’s Sporting Journal, Gun Dog Magazine, Fly Rod and Reel, Sporting Tales, Minnesota Monthly, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and many other publications. His poetry has been published widely and is anthologized in Minnesota Seasons: Classic Tales of Life Outdoors, published by Cabin Bookshelf and in Farming Words an anthology of rural poetry.This year his short story “Even Better Than Love” was published in TOSCA: a magazine of opera, and his story “Just Above the Water Line” will appear in the spring issue of The Yale Angling Journal.
He’s a founding member of The Rivers Trust of Minnesota, an organization that purchases and preserves the headwaters of critical coldwater streams.

Mr. Gavin lives in Faribault, Minnesota.

Born in San Diego on July 4th, 1970, Philip Metres grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. He graduated from Holy Cross College in 1992, and spent the following year in Russia Continue reading