|Interviewer||Mary Sue Koeppel|
|Subject||Politically engaged poetry|
|Title||An Interview with a Poet|
Copyright 1990 Florida Community College at Jacksonville
Poet, teacher, translator, and activist Carolyn Forché - whose poetry has been praised by Joyce Carol Oates and who received a Guggenheim Fellowship and traveled to El Salvador with Amnesty International, where she witnessed the civil war - discusses how she became a professional poet and shares selections of her politically engaged poetry.
poetry, human rights, Amnesty International, El Salvador
Forche, Carolyn (1990). Interviewed by M.S. Koeppel [Video Recording]. An Interview with a Poet. Worth Quoting. YouTube, Jacksonville, Florida.
Run time: 30 minutes