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PoemTalk Podcast #23, discussing Corman's "Enuresis," October 5, 2009

Listen to the complete recording and read program notes for the episode at Jacket2.

Recordings in Kyoto, Japan, made by Jack Kimball and originally featured on Kimball's East Village web site:

Cid Corman reads and briefly comments on poems by William Bronk:

  1. Introduction (1:05)
  2. on Bronk's poem Partners (0:56)
  3. on Bronk's poem Laura Gone (1:00)
  4. on Bronk's The Act of Love (1:06)

Corman reads from his own "No Telling":

  1. Selection 1 (0:53)
  2. Selection 2 (1:04)
  3. Selection 3 (1:07)

A separate set features six more of Corman's poems:

  1. Preface/"I Picked a..." (2:03)
  2. Assistant / The Coming of Age / "It isn't for want..." (0:45)
  3. Enuresis / "We aren't even lost..." (1:01)

  4. More soon to come.

Live interactive audiocast discussion with Cid Corman, Philadelphia to Kyoto, November 19, 2001, Kelly Writers House

  1. Full recording (1:11:11)
  2. Q&A Discussion (58:02)
  3. About Cezanne (0:32)
  4. Adorno (0:23)
  5. Assistant (:21)
  6. Cincinnatti (1:23)
  7. Efficacies (0:29)
  8. Enuresis (1:08)
  9. Poem beginning "I don't belong..." (0:12)
  10. Poem beginning "I picked a leaf up..." (1:20)
  11. Poem beginning "It isn't for want..." (0:20)
  12. Poem beginning "It isn't what you think..." (0:22)
  13. Poem beginning "People like Rembrandt..." (1:07)
  14. Poem beginning "Seeing Leonardo's face..." (0:42)
  15. Poem beginning "Will we ever understand..." (0:19)
  16. Self-Portrait (0:30)
  17. The Baptism (1:03)
  18. The Coming of Age (2:03)
  19. The Fortune (0:23)
  20. The Swept Pond (1:53)

Interviewed by Eric Warren and Claudia Samperi-Warren, New York City, November 1991

complete recording (52:48):
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These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the author's estate. © Cid Corman. Used with permission of Bob Arnold for the Corman estate. Kimball recordings used by permission of Jack Kimball. Distributed by PennSound.