Koch, Kenneth 2000

Thursday, February 10, 2000
with Dean Young
Tuesday, November 21, 2000

Hounded by Central Islip till the end
Of pyrethmetic days, and onward wishing
Oh that he like me and she like me too,
And the green arboretum bush waving
And the elephant in his noose waving
And the deaths saying goodbye–

Kenneth Koch, “From Seine”

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Listen to Kenneth Koch’s reading with Dean Young for the Poetry Center of Chicago on February 10, 2000:

Not so unsound as a path
Nor so white as a star
Fairly wild with the sound of my own hoof
I the horse race into the back edges
Of my existence!

– Kenneth Koch, “The Horse”

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Read an interview with Kenneth Koch from Jacket Magazine:

Jacket 5 – Interview with Kenneth Koch

You can read a feature on Kenneth Koch in Jacket 15 If your browser has the RealAudio plug-in you can listen now to an edited recording of this interview, about 18 minutes long. If you’d like to obtain the free RealAudio plug-in for your browser, go to http://www.real.com/ and download the basic model.

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