[Jane Arnold interviews poet and essayist Marc Sheehan].

Poet and essayist Marc Sheehan talks about his interest in language, his preferences between poetry and essay, human relationship as a theme in his poems, his experience as an editor of the journal "Fourth Genre", poets and poetic history in Michigan, his in-progress works, and his reading interests...

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Uniform Title:Michigan writers series.
Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Sheehan, Marc J., 1954- (Interviewee)
Arnold, Jane (Emma Jane) (Interviewer)
Language:English
Published: [2000]
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (17 min., 45 sec.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Electronic Software Audio
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Poet and essayist Marc Sheehan talks about his interest in language, his preferences between poetry and essay, human relationship as a theme in his poems, his experience as an editor of the journal "Fourth Genre", poets and poetic history in Michigan, his in-progress works, and his reading interests. Ends abruptly. Sheehan is interviewed by Michigan State University Librarian Jane Arnold for the MSU Libraries' Michigan Writers Series. Held in the MSU Main Library.
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Call Number:Voice 15262
Playing Time:00:17:45
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Interviewed at the Michigan State University Libraries and recorded by the Vincent Voice Library on Nov. 10, 2000.