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April 28, 2017

PennSound: Poets reading their own work

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From Wikipedia

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PennSound is a poetry website and online archive that hosts free and downloadable recordings of poets reading their own work.

The website offers over 1500 full-length and single-poem recordings, the largest collection of poetry sound-files on the internet, all of which are available free [the way we like it] for download.

Described as the "iTunes of poetry" by co-director Charles Bernstein, PennSound provides all of its recordings in the form of free downloadable MP3s.

Well over 1,500 sound files are available for streaming and downloading.

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There goes the day.

April 28, 2017 at 12:01 PM | Permalink


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