Harvard contacted here a year ago to receive permission to release this outstanding reading by Cid in 1961. I was all ears. "By all means." I asked someone there to make contact when the site would be available and this must have slipped someone's mind, but then a poet friend knew best and sent the link. It's the wonderful patchwork quilting of the poetry trade.
On this recording Cid speaks his own early poems, as well as breathes life into Louis Zukofsky —
it's not to be missed.
Haiku in English
edited by Jim Kacian, Philip Rowland, Allan Burns