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Your poetry ritual: An immersive reading of a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Unhurried, contemplative and energizing. New episodes on Monday and Friday, about 15 minutes each. Two seasons per year, with occasional special offerings. Anchor your life with poetry.
 
Ein Gedicht pro Woche. Jede Woche stelle ich hier eines meiner eigenen Gedichte vor - für all diejenigen, die durch das Lesen vielleicht keinen Zugang zu Gedichten bekommen. Ich bin Polizeibeamter und Vater und schreibe schon seit meiner Jugend Gedichte. Diese veröffentliche ich auf meiner Internetseite www.poetrycop.de . Wer Lust hat, findet dort sicher alle Informationen, die er über mich braucht.
 
The Poetry Translation Centre is dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Each week we bring you a new poem podcast from one of the world's greatest living poets, in both the original language and in English translation. To find out more about our work, please visit www.poetrytranslation.org. The Poetry Translation Centre is funded by Arts Council England.
 
Host Sèon Nanton (Sèon The-Poet) explores the world of contemporary poetry in its wonder, complexity and diversity. With readings from poets, interviews with these and other poets, editors and even musicians. Conversations are always open, honest, inspirational and fun when the poetry talks.
 
Sunil Bhandari is a poet by compulsion. He says he survives in this world because he can get to write poetry. He has written the Amazon bestseller book of poetry "Of Love and Other Abandonments". His second book is "Of Journeys & Other Ways To Get Lost". His poetry has appeared in several poetry compilations, some of them being Cologne of Heritage; Discarded; The DLF Anthology of Poems; Poerty; Plethora Blogazine; Verse of Silence; Hibiscus; Freedom Raga 2020; Jallianwala Bagh: Poetic Tribut ...
 
Live and prerecorded poetry, some with musical accompaniment, some reading their work from the page, in their own voice. Some commentary on the state of poetry now or then or in the future. Sometimes provocative, sometimes lyrical, always thought provoking. High-minded entertainment for ears that appreciate the English language. Art ~ made of words, spoken by humans, not computer generated. Enjoy guilty pleasures, serve one another.
 
The poetry podcast for people who don't like poetry... and those who do. Host Dylan J. Kershaw is dragged kicking, screaming and making ridiculous interpretations along the way toward enjoying poetry by close friend and literature whiz Charlie Pidcock. Join them as they dive into the enlightening world of poetry, and have some laughs along the way.
 
Take a quick break and relax with a poem. Pause for Poetry is a short poetry podcast with each episode featuring an out-of-copyright poem read over a bed of relaxing music. Individual music is written for each episode to capture the character or mood of the poem. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
 
Poetry Prose & Politics is "Entertaining News," not "Entertainment News," meaning, we talk about the important stuff such as Law, Government, and Social Issues while breaking it down in not only a digestible way but making it fun too. This podcast, hosted by Tha Political Poet and Liberal Commentator, Jamia Zarzuela, is designed to change the way Millennials & Generation Z view news as well as, encourage them to speak freely. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thapoliticalpoet/support
 
Poetry Aloud features a different contemporary poet every episode. I read two poems from their published collection: one that is the poet's favorite and one that is my favorite. After each poem, I provide some insight on how both the poet and myself choose this poem and why they spoke to us so deeply. At the end of the podcast, I read one of my own published poems.
 
Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason’s living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
 
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"I fell in love with you againin the soft foothills of this evening." The ebb and flow of feelings is the subcutaneous world of love. We are an amalgam of expectations, ego and confusion - and love for us is as much about the blood which begins to flow rapidly inside our bodies, as it is about the blood which we give to our relationships. However m…
 
Another ambient piece this week, meant to evoke the feeling of standing under low-hanging clouds in the night sky of June when you're trapped between the awe of nature and the fact that you're tired and you wish the dog would just wrap up his business already because you're ready for bed. Hey, you know the drill: I want to hear what you think of th…
 
Award-winning poet and poetry festival founder Katerina Canyon shares poems from her newest book "Surviving Home." She also discusses the personal history she drew on when writing the collection, her time as Poet Laureate of Sunland-Tujunga, and the struggle to have her voice and work adequately valued.Learn more about Katerina Canyon (and buy her …
 
Welcome back, poppets! Join us as we peer into the dreamlike cabinet of curiosities that is Helen Ivory’s The Anatomical Venus where women are labelled witches and hysterics, pathologised by medical science and surreally transformed into demure models with visible innards. Meanwhile, Robin enjoys the primal force of Nobel-winning poet Thomas Transt…
 
This poem stretches the word ‘expect’ into dozens of formulations. Proceeding alphabetically through the index of the book, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” Katie Manning creates an exhausting list of all the expectations created during pregnancy,about rejecting some pressures and embracing others; surviving some, being knocked over by other…
 
From completely different universes they are bound by one thing only, their mutual love of poetry (and meat). Paul Reads from "A Time Before Slaughter," and some of his "Sentences." Prolific, intelligent, driven to write, Nelson is the founder of Cascadia a multi-venue poetic annual event. He is also behind the wildly successful Po-Po or Poetry Pos…
 
While largely ignored during his lifetime, Blake in many ways epitomises British Romanticism. He was a talented poet, painter and printmaker and wrote this poem around 1803, although it wasn't published until 60 years later. An augury is another name for an omen. Subscribe to Pause For Poetry to make sure you catch the next part of this huge poem l…
 
This week we are looking at the work of Abdellatif Laâbi, who is widely acknowledged to be Morocco's greatest living poet. This week the PTC publishes My Mother’s Language featuring a selection of Laâbi’s poems originally written in French with translations into English by the noted Poet and translator André Naffis-Sahely, who has just become the e…
 
Windy Hind discusses her project Tiny Poetry – narrative medicine for the soul. She talks about how she began writing poetry after her son was born with critical health issues and how the power of poetry is being increasingly recognised in the medical world. She also invites you to explore your experiences of illness to write short, strong poems.ww…
 
Guest Jasmyn Camp Is in improv and spoken word poet is been telling her story for over 10 years. Jasmyn's Poultry story is both simple and complex but it is a story of learning lessons from life's negatives and turning those into positives from tragedy to triumph. In this episode she performs a poem titled conversations with the narcissist.…
 
My friend, Byron A. Merriweather, of 20 years transitioned June 3, 2021 (from cancer) into a final freedom and an infinite light. In 2008, Byron had been assigned (at the Oxford House World Service Convention) to be the Ghana Outreach Services Representative to start an Oxford House in Ghana. Byron used the "Oxford House Model" (a community-based a…
 
„Das ist ein bildschirmfreier Tisch“, sagt der Aufsteller auf einem Hosteltisch. Ähnliche Sprüche findet man in Eisdielen, in Cafés und Restaurants. So weit sind wir schon: Es muss ein Verbot her, damit Menschen sich zusammensetzen und das Smartphone in der Tasche lassen. Nur solche Tische sind oft leer. Was ist da los? Bleu Broode über die bittere…
 
After the third slave uprising of Rome a hundred thousand men lay dead on the battlefield another six thousand slaves were crucified along the appian way and left for months to rot as carrion for the crows also they were a lesson for anyone else minded to rebel against the might of Rome ; the appian way at that time was a freeway into the capital c…
 
After the third slave uprising of Rome a hundred thousand men lay dead on the battlefield another six thousand slaves were crucified along the appian way and left for months to rot as carrion for the crows also they were a lesson for anyone else minded to rebel against the might of Rome ; the appian way at that time was a freeway into the capital c…
 
Today’s guest, Irish-Canadian writer Anakana Schofield, joins us to talk about her latest novel Bina, winner of the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year. Bina was also shortlisted for the 2020 Goldsmith Prize, awarded to fiction that pushes the boundaries of form (in the spirit of Walter Benjamin who said “All great works of literature either dissol…
 
Donate: https://ko-fi.com/theimposter Subscribe: https://jessicamunna.com/imposter-newsletter The Ballad of Reading Gaol BY OSCAR WILDE I He did not wear his scarlet coat, For blood and wine are red, And blood and wine were on his hands When they found him with the dead, The poor dead woman whom he loved, And murdered in her bed. He walked amongst …
 
One thing Ashley M. Jones knows to be absolutely true is that her work is made possible by the poetry and spirit of Lucille Clifton. This week, Jones speaks with Sidney Clifton, one of Lucille Clifton’s daughters. Sidney Clifton is the President of the Clifton House, a new endeavour to transform her childhood home in Baltimore into a gathering plac…
 
Scouting is one of the Charlotte Mason subjects that caught my imagination as soon as I heard of it. It seemed to combine everything I wish I had been taught about self-sufficiency and living a life immersed in nature. But so broad was the scope that I knew I had to put it on the … The post A Modern Take on Scouting first appeared on Charlotte Maso…
 
Reel Poets and returning guest Danielle reviews the 1999 film: 10 things I hate about you. A Shakespeare adaptation of the famous comedy play, The Taming Of The Shrew. The film starred Julia Stiles, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Larry Miller, and Heath Ledger in his first movie role. This movie was an extreme joy to the reviewers. oh, Nostalgia. Snap Judge…
 
This episode explores new research, which has successfully revived tiny 24,000-year-old microorganisms buried under Siberian permafrost. --- Read this episode’s science pom here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘The Librarian Decides on Cryonics’ by Judith Skillman here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social med…
 
The Pulitzer Prizes just announced the 2021 winners and in poetry, Natalie Diaz won for her collection "Postcolonial Love Poem." In this special episode, Connor and Jack discuss the title poem, the histories at play in the collection, Diaz's well-deserved Pulitzer win, and more!Find "Postcolonial Love Poem" here: https://www.graywolfpress.org/books…
 
In this episode, I interview Anahid Nersessian, professor of English at UCLA, about her book, Keats’s Odes: A Lover’s Discourse (University of Chicago Press, 2021). In 1819, the poet John Keats wrote six poems that would become known as the Great Odes. Some of them—“Ode to a Nightingale,” “To Autumn”—are among the most celebrated poems in the Engli…
 
The terms hard-working and “jack of all trades” get thrown around a lot, but Sarah Callaghan really embodies the two. She’s been a comedian for over ten years with shows across the world from Australia to Austria, and she made the move into poetry when she used it as a tool to work through a difficult period of her life. Poetry was a space that all…
 
It was a joy to speak with Thuy On about Turbulence, her 2020 collection from UWAP cataloguing heartbreak, passion, loss and pleasure. She talks about writing the book in a ‘wild gush’, the mechanics of getting it edited and published, how poets around her have supported her work, and what she really thinks when she opens up a contemporary Aussie l…
 
This month, Helen Broom is joined by Lansing, MI poet laureate Laura Apol, and they discuss the emergence of summer and the determination needed to realize the worthiness of our words. In this month's virtual open mic, we have three readers: Bashar Abou Hawili, Gavin Broom, and Helen reads some of her latest work. If you would like to be a feature …
 
In the fourth episode of Poetry Aloud, I discuss two poems by Chloe Yelena Miller from Viable. Then I read one of my own poems from my collection Ocean Currents. Purchase Viable: https://bookshop.org/books/viable-9781734786927/9781734786927 Pre-order Ocean Currents: https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/ocean-currents-by-hannah-rousselot/ Purc…
 
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