From the Fishouse. It's very much along the lines of Red Lion Sq. Here is an excerpt from their site describing their mission:
Founded in 2004 by Matt O'Donnell and Camille T. Dungy, From the Fishouse is an IRS-registered non-profit that promotes the oral tradition of poetry. Our free online audio archive showcases emerging poets (defined for this purpose as poets with fewer than two published books of poetry at the time of submission) reading their own poems, as well as answering questions about poetry and the writing process. Our mission is to use online technology and other media to provide the public with greater access to the voices of emerging poets, and to provide an educational resource to students and teachers of contemporary poetry.
Me again. I can especially recommend Rosal's "Poem for My Extra Nipple." I also recommend the exercise. Might even try it myself. Just read Harlan's version and it was quite inspiring.