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Pelham Bay

From: WFUV
Series: Sound Poetry
Length: 04:51

Remembering days at a gritty but still summery Bronx beach. Read the full description.
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Beach_girl_small Poet Janet Kaplan reads her poem "Pelham Bay", about her childhood visits to a Bronx beach; reading is mixed with "narrative" production elements and music.

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Piece Description

Poet Janet Kaplan reads her poem "Pelham Bay", about her childhood visits to a Bronx beach; reading is mixed with "narrative" production elements and music.

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

Janet Kaplan reads her poem, "Pelham Bay."

OUTRO:

That piece produced by Nora Flaherty

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