Here, from her reading in Los Angeles, in 1993, for the Lannan Foundation, are six poems, “Settling”, “Open Secret”.”Tragic Error”, “The Danger Moment”, “A Gift” and “For Those Whom the Gods Love Less”
Here, in an audio over-view from The Poetry Foundation, are recordings of several poems recorded in 1971 at the Library of Congress, “At The Justice Department, November 15, 1969″,”What My House Would Be Like If It Were A Person”, “The Wealth of the Destitute”, “Psyche in Sommerville”, and “Somebody Trying”.
Here‘s a recording of a 1964 reading in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Poetry Foundation, incidentally, reproduces her important 1965 essay – “Notes on Organic Form” – here
Here’s Denise reading her singular poem, “Life At War”
The significance of the Levertov-Duncan correspondence can not be underestimated.
The Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard has a treasury of audio – three readings (from 1960, 1962 and 1986.
Here‘s Publisher’s Weekly‘s enthusiastic review of the Collected
For more on her extraordinary life, fighting for poetry, fighting for social justice, Donna Hollenberg’s recent biography from the University of California Press – A Poet’s Revolution should certainly not be missed.