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The November 24, 1999, issue of Atlantic Unbound contains “Song and Story: An Interview with Ellen Bryant Voigt.” In this interview, Voigt answers Steven Kramer's questions about her work in general and speaks at length about her book Kyrie and the orchestral piece “Voices of 1918,” which was based on the book. Voigt's experiences as a concert pianist and as a poet bring to light her views on art in general.

Voigt's Claiming Kin (1976) is her first collection of poetry. Praised by readers and critics, this collection established Voigt as a promising new poet and opened doors to new opportunities for her.

In The Flexible Lyric (The Life of Poetry) (1999), Voigt shares her insights and views on the craft of poetry. Voigt wrote these essays based on her involvement in writing programs for new writers and following her publication of five volumes of...

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