At the Bomb Testing Site Movies & Media Adaptations

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You can listen to William Stafford reading "With Kit, Age 7, At the Beach" on the Academy of American Poets site http://www.poets.org/lit/ listen.htm#S. This is an audio sample from a 1970 tape containing readings from a number of Stafford's poems, introduced by Frederick Morgan. You may order the tape on the site.

William Stafford reads two poems on Volume Two of the CD set In Their Own Voices: A Century of Recorded Poetry.

The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University (www.sfsu.edu/~newlit/archives.htm) has an archive of videotapes of poetry readings that are rentable by mail. William Stafford reads nearly 50 poems.

William Stafford reads his children's poetry book The Animal That Drank Up Sound, accompanied by Matthew Smith's contemporary music, on an audio cassette published by Harcourt Brace & Company in 1993.

William Stafford and Robert Bly: A Literary Friendship (Reiss Films...

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