Irish poet, Paul Muldoon, has written 30 collections of highly technical verse that have won him a Guggenheim Fellowship, the T.S. Eliot Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, and a faculty position at Oxford University among other honors. He is also the poetry editor at The New Yorker, and his conversations with fellow poets, featured here, are a small wonder to behold. Listen in as Muldoon invites Ellen Bass to read Adam Zagajewski's "Try to Praise the Mutilated World." Or tune in for his discussion of Josh Ashbery's "Tapestry" with Meghan O'Rourke, or his intellectually invigorating tete-a-tete with humorist, journalist, and poet Calvin Trillin, who turned 80 in December. This star-studded podcast will thrill wary students as much as seasoned English teachers, and it will engage anyone with a love for contemporary poems.