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Episode 29 of Speedway & Swan Highlights the University of Arizona Poetry Center Audio Archive

The University of Arizona Poetry Center co-produces (with Tucson’s KXCI) a monthly radio program called Speedway & Swan, hosted by Brian Blanchfield; and a special episode featuring “some of the standout moments across 53 years of recorded Tucson readings available through voca: the audio-video library maintained by the University of Arizona Poetry Readings” is up […]
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