Laurel Ann Bogen's  poetry career was launched in the late 1960s when she won an Academy of American Poets' award as a freshman at USC.  Today, she is the author of 10 books of poetry; her work has appeared in over 100 journals and collections; and, since 1990, she has taught poetry and performance for the UCLA Extension Writers' Program, receiving the Outstanding Instructor of the Year award in 2008. Known for her dramatic performance style, she has appeared at many A-list art and literary venues across the country. However, as she tells host Mariano Zaro in this interview, there were tough challenges along the way.

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Poetry.LA Interview
Series - Season 2
New segment posted
every other week:
Sep. thru Dec.
Host:
Mariano
Zaro
Marsha
de la O

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St. John