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June 18, 2019

Whitman at 200

By: Rebecca McInroy

As we celebrate the bicentennial of Whitman’s birth we ask, who was Walt Whitman, and how can his complexity inform our lives today?

Listen back as KUT’s Rebecca McInroy and Texas Poet Laureate Carrie Fountain of KUT’s This is Just To Say, host Travis Chi Wing Lau and poet Micah Bateman to look at the life, and legacy, of one of America’s most influential poets.

200 Years Later, Walt Whitman ‘s Legacy Continues To Grow by Micah Bateman

Love Jets: Queer Male Poets on 200 Years of Walt Witman featuring an essay by Travis Chi Wing Lau

Time to be The Fine Line of Light” by Carrie Fountain

 


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