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from the cover of How I Work as a Poet (Grey Fox, 1973)

Lew Welch

reading at Renaissance Corner, April 7, 1969

Courses (12:20): MP3


reading at the Magic Lantern, Santa Barbara, April 22, 1967

  1. Introduction and Opening Comments (12:02): MP3
  2. "A Round of English" (6:32): MP3
  3. Introduction to "Winter" (1:48): MP3
  4. "Winter" (0:28): MP3
  5. Introduction to "Chicago Poem" (2:30): MP3
  6. "Chicago Poem" (5:17): MP3
  7. Introduction to "Supermarket Song" (4:13): MP3
  8. "Supermarket Song" (1:16): MP3
  9. Introduction to "Graffiti" (2:01): MP3
  10. "Graffiti" (1:24): MP3
  11. Introduction to "Din Poem" (2:49): MP3
  12. "Din Poem" (13:11): MP3
  13. Introduction to Hermit Poems (5:46): MP3
  14. [Not yet 40, my beard is already white] (0:47) MP3
  15. [I know a man's supposed to have his hair cut short] (0:46) MP3
  16. [Apparently wasps] (0:42) MP3
  17. [I burn up the deer in my body.] (0:28) MP3
  18. [Step out onto the Planet.] (0:16) MP3
  19. [The Empress herself served tea to Su Tung-Po] (0:21) MP3
  20. [Whenever I make a new poem,] (0:29) MP3
  21. [The Image, as in a Hexagram:] (0:40) MP3
  22. [I saw myself] (0:37) MP3
  23. "He Prepares to Take Leave of His Hut" (1:42) MP3
  24. "He asks for Guidance" (0:39) MP3
  25. "He Greets, Again, the Open Road" (2:20) MP3
  26. "He Finally Reaches the City" (1:59) MP3
  27. "Maitreya Poem" (3:10): MP3

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