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Five Poets



A selection of poems from five poets: N. Scott Momaday, Reena Ribalow, Anthony Herrera, Georgia Shreve, Cotter Smith read by the poets and Chad Coleman, Patricia Randell, and Cynthia Adler.

N. Scott Momaday, The New River, read by Chad Coleman.
Reena Ribalow, To Another Poet Growing Old, read by Patricia Randell.
Anthony Herrera, Smith and Wesson, read by the poet.
Georgia Shreve, Kittenhood and Stolen Light, read by Cynthia Adler.
Cotter Smith, A Rash Of Stars and Tonight Lying Winded, read by the poet.

N. Scott Momaday has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for literature. Chad Coleman is a theater, TV and film actor who starred as “Cutty” Wise on HBO’s The Wire.

Reena Ribalow has won a host of literary prizes including the Keats Poetry Prize. Patricia Randell is a theater, TV and film actress who
will appear as FDIC chairwoman Sheila Bair in the 2012 HBO film Too
Big to Fail
.

Georgia Shreve’s fiction and poetry have been published in the New
Yorker, New Republic, and New Criterion magazines. Cynthia Adler was a voice in The Muppet Show and played The Invisible Girl in a Fantastic Four radio series with Bill Murray as the Human Torch.

Cotter Smith, poet and playwright, is an actor of renown on Broadway, in film and television, and recipient of four Drama Logue Awards.

Anthony Herrera produces Poetry Theatre, where actors perform their favorite poems.
 

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