East End Ink is a monthly literary review based on Long Island’s east end.
The program is recorded at Canio’s Books, 290 Main St in Sag Harbor and other venues on eastern Long Island.
It airs on WPKN 89.5FM Bridgeport and wpkn.org on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM.
Podcasts of earlier programs are at:
We present the work of the late poet Bill Knott, read by
poets Star Black and Bill Zavatsky and Maryann Calendrille of Canios Books in
Sag Harbor, where the program was recorded in April, 2017. Here is Maryann Calendrille
introducing the work.
"The collection of Bill Knott's work I Am Flying into Myself, edited by the late poet Thomas Lux, was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2017."
We quote from Tom Lux's "Note on Text and Methods" on page XXXI of the FSG volume:
"I took almost all the poems in this volume from a book Bill Knott published throughAmazon.comcalled Collected Poetry 1960–2014, less than three weeks before he died. There are 964 poems in that collection; 152 poems are in this volume."
is East End Ink Tonight we present nine east
end poets recorded in August 2016 at the Poetry Marathon in Amagansett. Last summer’s Marathon was
dedicated to Sylvia Chavkin and Bebe Antell who organized the marathon for 22
years at the East Hampton Town Marine Museum.
The 2016 event was organized
by Springs poet Dee Slavutin. The readers were:
Stone, Jo Carney, Rosalind Brenner, Walter Donway, Pauline Yeats, Virginia Walker, Daniel Hayes, Michelle Murphy,
and Dee Slavutin.
Yorker copy editors Ann Goldstein and Mary Norris spoke about their
work at Canios Books in Sag Harbor in September this year.
Ann Goldstein is the head of the editorial department at The New Yorker. She is also known as the translator of Italian writers including novelist Elena Ferrante and novelist and poet Primo Levi. Mary Norris is the author of the recent book Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen. Listen here