James Tate: 2003

04/04/2008  by Arlo Haskell  1 Comment

James Tate

James Tate, half stand-up comic, half great American poet, reads a selection from his work, including “Of Whom Am I Afraid,” “A Sound Like Distant Thunder,” “The Animists,” “The Rally,” “Silver Queen,” “The Rules,” and “The Special Guest.” His offbeat humor and superb comedic timing keep the crowd in stitches.

From KWLS 2003: The Beautiful Changes


This recording is available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights belong to the author. © 2008 James Tate. Used with permission from James Tate.

One Response

  1. Nikhil Nath says:

    It was great listening toi one of my favourite poets and it was a laugh riot
    Thank you so much

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