Poetry reading. Henrietta Weigel and Helene Mullins are two lady poets who share much in common. They are both New Yorkers currently living in the Village, both have written and published novels, and both have novels in progress at the time of this interview. In this program, both poets read from their own material, and discuss various inspirations, such as Henry Miller's watercolors and people from their lives. Hosted by Martin Last.
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