Slate's weekly Poetry Podcast: "Wherever My Dead Go When I'm Not Remembering Them," by Alan Shapiro.

Slate's weekly poem, read by the author.
July 13 2010 6:58 AM

The Slate Poetry Podcast

Your favorite poets read their work to you.

Now you can listen to Slate poetry wherever you go. Below, browse Slate's weekly lineup of new and renewed work by leading poets, selected by Robert Pinsky and read to you by the author. Or subscribe to Slate's Poetry Podcast feed on iTunes and carry the poems with you.
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June 15, 2010: "Suttee," by Carol Muske-Dukes. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Carol Muske-Dukes read the poem, or download the recording here.

June 8, 2010: "The Quaintness of the Past," by Billy Collins. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Billy Collins read the poem, or download the recording here.

June 1, 2010: "Books," by Campbell McGrath. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Campbell McGrath read the poem, or download the recording here.

May 25, 2010: "Upon Nothing," by John Wilmot. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Jim Powell read the poem, or download the recording here.

May 18, 2010: "Dance Figure," by Jim Powell. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Jim Powell read the poem, or download the recording here.

May 11, 2010: "Sea Level," by Kim Van Voorhees. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Kim Van Voorhees read the poem, or download the recording here.

May 3, 2010: "After the Fact," by Mary Jo Bang. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Mary Jo Bang read the poem, or download the recording here.

April 27, 2010: "Mowing," by Robert Frost. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Robert Pinsky read the poem, or download the recording here.

April 27, 2010: "Pan With Us," by Robert Frost. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Robert Pinsky read the poem, or download the recording here.

April 20, 2010: "Big Box Encounter," by Erika Meitner. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Erika Meitner read the poem, or download the recording here.

April 13, 2010: "Generic," by Rachel Hadas. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Rachel Hadas read the poem, or download the recording here.

April 6, 2010: "The Day You Left // Mammogram," by Terri Witek. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Terri Witek read the poem, or download the recording here.

March 30, 2010: "The Sweet Undertaste," by Philip Schultz. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Philip Schultz read the poem, or download the recording here.

March 23, 2010: "The Witch and MacDuff Exit My Neighbor's House," by Kathryn Maris. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Kathryn Maris read the poem, or download the recording here.

March 16, 2010: "The Cruel Mother," collected by Francis James Child. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Robert Pinsky read the poem, or download the recording here.

March 9, 2010: "Wait," by Robert Wrigley. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Robert Wrigley read the poem, or download the recording here.

March 2, 2010: "Hydrangea," by Rosanna Warren. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Rosanna Warren read the poem, or download the recording here.

Feb. 23, 2010: "Oral Culture," by Lesley Wheeler. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Lesley Wheeler read the poem, or download the recording here.

Feb. 16, 2010: "Summer of '09," by Andrew Hudgins. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Gail Mazur read the poem, or download the recording here.

Feb. 2, 2010: "Figures in a Landscape," by Gail Mazur. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Gail Mazur read the poem, or download the recording here.

Jan. 26, 2010: "When the Author Was Painting the Vault of the Sistine Chapel," by Michelangelo. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Robert Pinsky read the poem, or download the recording here.

Jan. 19, 2010: "Resort," by Rafael Campo. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Rafael Campo read the poem, or download the recording here.

Jan. 12, 2010: "Mummies To Burn," by Charles Harper Webb. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Charles Harper Webb read the poem, or download the recording here.

Jan. 5, 2010: "Tuggin'  " by Matt W. Miller. Click the arrow on the audio player to hear Matt W. Miller read the poem, or download the recording here. Browse Slate's previous Poetry Podcasts from fall 2008, spring 2009, summer 2009, and fall 2009.

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