Phone a Poem | Soundbytes

6 tracks, 6.45 Harvard University on March 18, 2013 19:56

Cambridge-based “Phone-a-Poem” provided a vehicle for poetry through the telephone and answering machine, still a technological wonder when the service was started in 1976. An exhibition at Lamont Library’s Woodberry Poetry Room presented 20 recordings from the “Phone-a-Poem” archives, which are now digitized and housed at Harvard.

Read more on the Harvard Gazette: http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2013/03/poetic-greetings/

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