On this show, Pulitzer Prize winning poet C. K. Williams read from his poetry as part of the inauguration of the Robert Lowell Memorial Lecture Series at Boston University.
Sponsored by the Creative Writing Program at Boston University, the Robert Lowell Memorial Lectures bring distinguished poets to Boston University to read alongside a member of the Creative Writing Program faculty and a recent graduate of the program.
Williams is the author of nine books of poetry, the most recent of which, "The Singing," won the National Book Award for 2003. His previous book, "Repair," was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, and his collection "Flesh and Blood" received the National Book Critics Circle Award.
This program aired on August 21, 2005.