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Part of a collection of interviews and other recordings made for a film on ASL poetry, "The Heart of the Hydrogen Jukebox." The first part of this DVD shows painter and poet Todd Beers discussing his work teaching writing at the Rochester Institute of Technology and at Writers & Books in Rochester, New York. Beers also talks about how the Painted Rope series of ASL poetry readings got its start. The second part shows Deaf artist and poet Eddie Swayze discussing his poetry.
First part spoken English only. Second part American Sign Language with spoken English. Uncaptioned.