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This is Theatre. An intellectual jambalaya and chicken papaya. A delectable expression of my ideas about life, strife, rantings on politics, tech, media and the like. If you're into some poetry, deep thoughts on knowetry, this is the place for you. Yeah I just made up a word. It's only the beginning, so skrt. Dialogue, monologues, everything in between. Listen to my lovely voice with a little bit of tea. I'm just striving for clarity and structure. Oowe. Cover: Felix Mooneeram. FM²: anchor.f ...
 
The IndieFeed Performance Poetry Channel uncovers the best of today's cutting edge spoken poetry artists, delivering their work via single-serving shows optimized for mobile use. Think of it as a poetry slam, or an exciting, dynamic poetry reading, right at your fingertips! Recordings arrive one at a time, several times each week. The single-serving format allows the listeners to add these recordings easily into their media collection with no fuss. And best of all, each podcast gives the lis ...
 
The poetry podcast that finds out what goes on in poets' minds and how they deal with writer's block. Host Indrani Perera brings you interviews with established poets and explains the techniques used in writing poetry. This is the must-listen podcast for all those interesting in improving their craft or anyone wanting to learn more about poetry.
 
The mission of Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio is to provide a live format for emerging, mid-career, and established poets to showcase their work. Whether traditional poetry or spoken word, the show offers an online vehicle for artists to engage in critical dialogue and discussion about poetry. If you would like to be a guest on QL: POR, please contact the host Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram at maingram@gmx.com. Dr. Ingram is a retired university professor and social change activis ...
 
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Apostrophe Cast

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Apostrophe Cast is a bi-weekly online reading series. Every other Wednesday night, we offer a new reading or performance from another contributor. Our readings include writers of all genres, including fiction, poetry, songs and nonfiction.
 
A collection of poetry selected and performed by Bob Gonzalez, rhapsode. Rhapsodes of Ancient Greece were “song-stitchers,” performing selections from the epics of Homer and Hesiod. The contemporary rhapsode performs the classical poetry of his or her language, culture, and tradition. Any particular collection and arrangement of poems for performance I term a “rhapsody.” In general terms, a rhapsody is an ecstatic expression of feeling and enthusiasm. In music, a rhapsody is an instrumental ...
 
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Pause For Poetry

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Pause For Poetry

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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.
 
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SILLY BIO: Born in Philadelphia and educated at Emerson College, F. Omar Telan has directed at La Mama ETC; performed at the Dodge Poetry Festival, PS122, the Philippine Embassy; published in a Gathering of the Tribes, Apiary Magazine, 225 Plays from Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind. SERIOUS BIO: F. Omar Telan attributes his lack of literary success on his slothfulness. With the imagined rejections of thousands of unsent submissions, Omar day dreams of winning many literary awards. Bor ...
 
Other Planes explores all things Afro/Futurism in cosmic and conscious cultures worldwide, from music to art, science to politics—and beyond. Join host tobias c. van Veen as we undertake audio journeys and interviews with world-class visionaries, creatives, and futurists, from emcees and philosophers to scribes and scholars, programmers and poets. Other Planes covers radical diversity in the speculative arts, including science fiction, film, and comix; cosplay, performance, poetry and posthu ...
 
Co-effectuation: Maja Delak and Luka Prin?i? alias Wanda & Nova deViator (text by: Tea Hvala)The collaboration between Maja Delak and Luka Prin?i? began last year with the performance Ways of Love and continued with Frozen Images – the latter was credited to pseudonyms Wanda and Nova deViator. Maja Delak is this year’s recipient of the Prešeren Foundation Award, a choreographer and dancer, who has behind her a considerable number of collaborations with different musicians, dancers, actors, a ...
 
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Cathleen Cohen was the 2019 Poet Laureate of Montgomery County, PA. A painter and teacher, she founded the We the Poets program at ArtWell, an arts education non-profit in Philadelphia (theartwell.org). Her poems appear in journals such as Apiary, Baltimore Review, Cagibi, East Coast Ink, 6ix, North of Oxford, One Art, Passager, Philadelphia Storie…
 
Martina McGowan is a physician, poet, writer, public speaker, advocate, and activist in the fight against social, racial, and sexual injustices. She is author of “i am the rage,” a poetic exploration of living inside injustice, February 2021, SourceBooks. 2021 International Book Awards Winner of the Social Change category. Listed by: 1. American Ac…
 
Gad Kaynar-Kissinger is a Professor at the Theatre Arts Department, Tel Aviv University, dramaturg, editor, actor, director and drama translator. He has published eight poetry volumes in Hebrew. His poems were translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Greek and Arabic. He bears the ASI Poetry Award from the General Association of Writers in Israel. His …
 
Dr Sam Illingworth is an Associate Professor in Academic Practice at Edinburgh University in the UK, where his work and research involves using poetry to help develop dialogue between different audiences. A published poet and award-winning slam artist, Sam hosts the ‘Poetry of Science’ podcast and is also the founder of Consilience, the world’s fir…
 
Kevin M. Hibshman has had his poetry, prose, reviews and collages published around the world, most recently in Punk Noir Magazine, Rye Whiskey Review, Piker Press, The Crossroads, Drinkers Only, 1870, Synchronized Chaos, Yellow Mama, Unlikely Stories Mark V, Literary Yard, Lothlorien Poetry Journal and Medusa's Kitchen. He has edited his own poetry…
 
John Patrick Robbins, is the editor in chief of the Rye Whiskey Review his work has been published in Fearless Poetry Zine, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, Fixator Press, The Dope Fiend Daily, Spill The Words Press, Red Fez, Punk Noir Magazine and The Dope Fiend Daily. He also runs Whiskey City Press his work is always unfiltered. He is also kinda crazy…
 
In this masterclass on the art of spoken word performance, Thabani Tshuma talks about terror and excitement, empowerment and nerves, feelings and nuances, dangerous spaces and diary dumps, duty of care to an audience, curating a feature set, stage presence and theatricality, writing for page vs stage, poems as mini plays, memorising and rehearsing,…
 
Don Krieger is a biomedical researcher whose focus is the electric activity within the brain. He is author of the 2020 hybrid collection, "Discovery" (Cyberwit), the 2022 hybrid chapbook, "When Danger Is Past, Who Remembers?" (Milk and Cake Press), a 2020 Pushcart nominee, and a 2020 Creative Nonfiction Foundation Science-as-Story Fellow. His work …
 
After working in education for thirty years as a professor, mentor, public-school teacher, and librarian, Kim now spends as much time as possible on the reading, writing, and sharing of poetry. Kim volunteers weekly for the international, intergenerational, intersectional poetry organization, Cultivating Voices LIVE Poetry, because she believes in …
 
Sandra Yannone’s poems and book reviews have appeared in numerous print and online journals including Ploughshares, Poetry Ireland Review, Prairie Schooner, Sweet, SWWIM Every Day, Naugatuck River Review, Impossible Archetype, and Lambda Literary Review. Her poem “Requiem for Orlando” appeared in Pulsamos: LGBTQ Poets Respond to the Pulse Nightclub…
 
Zimbabwean spoken word artist and poet, Thabani Tshuma on learning to use the medium, writing when there's time, non-linear writing and starting in the middle, figuring out where in the poem you are and what it needs, performance as an editing tool, poetry as an oral art form, editing as part of the creative process, not writing enough vs always wr…
 
Deelynn Leigh was born in South Boston, Virginia and grew up with her family in Carson City, Nevada. As a young girl she engulfed her life with athletics and outdoor activities. For relaxation she found her gift for writing while creating short stories. In grade school she wrote her first haiku poem which ignited her love for poetry and the ability…
 
Listen to Es Foong read the poem Heavy Into Silence, from her chapbook, Margin Doodles Volume 1, and then learn all about rhyme and how to craft a title for your poem. You can find Es and Waffle Irongirl, her digital and performance persona, at www.waffleirongirl.com.โดย Pocketry
 
Ahmad Al-Khatat was born in Baghdad, Iraq. His work has appeared in print and online journals globally and has poems translated into several languages. He has been nominated for Best of the Net 2019 and was also nominated for the Pushcart Price 2020. He is the author of some poetry chapbooks and a collection of short stories . He lives in Montreal,…
 
Zach Beach, MA is an international yoga teacher, best-selling author, poet, love coach, founder of The Heart Center love school, and host of The Learn to Love Podcast. He is the author of the Amazon best-seller The Seven Lessons of Love and two poetry collections, his first entitled Drinking Roses on Sunday and his latest collection is 108 Savasana…
 
Content warning: cancer, death, grief Dominique Hecq returns to Pocketry Presents to share her experience of entering competitions and winning awards. She talks about writing in French and English, responsibility to the people you're writing about, the liberating effect of time, testing other audiences, the gamble and thrill of entering competition…
 
Susan Abbott paints, draws, writes, does wild and crazy things often with color, sometimes with words. Since March 2021 she has been on a tear of writing villanelles. Prevalent themes in her work are about women (family, friends, historical, mythical, magical, imaginary),love, death, nature, spirituality, social injustices. She is not shy about usi…
 
Abi Taylor is an Artist/Illustrator living and working in North Vancouver BC. She takes inspiration from the places around her and inside her mind. After finishing her degree of Visual Arts at Emily Carr University she would like to make drawings for children's books. Alden Wallace Mackay has been published in numerous literary magazines across the…
 
Content Warning: grief, death, SIDs Belgian-born poet and scholar, Dominique Hecq talks about silence and sunshine, prose vs poetry, the materiality of language, writing through the night, sequences and triptychs, getting stuck, rhythm vs images, sounds and movement, hearing what the poem wants, first drafts and mess, crossing borders of art and la…
 
I am 38 years old and writing since fifteen in Urdu. Lately joined English literary universe as a poet. Before that I was already wotking on a novel. The work goes on. Professionally I works as an Incharge Advances in a bank. Done Masters in Political Science. And perhaps that is enough that is worth of mention. Rest it is a life of an ordinary per…
 
New York Times bestselling poet Nikki Grimes received the 2020 ALAN Award for outstanding contributions to young adult literature. Her distinguished works include the much-honored books Garvey’s Choice, ALA Notable book Southwest Sunrise, Coretta Scott King Award winner Bronx Masquerade, five Coretta Scott King Author Honor books, Print and Siebert…
 
Warning: this episode contains mature themes and parental guidance may be required In this episode, we hear Kevin Brophy read his poem What We Know from the collection, This Is What Gives Us Time. We look at how the poem is structured and learn about the technique of anaphora used in the poem. Kevin's latest book, In This Part of the World, was pub…
 
Aaron R The Poet sponsors multiple poetry contests throughout the year. Chev won the the 2021 Summer Edition of the contest. Key Wills won 2nd place and Miss Kiane won 3rd place. Other participants in the contest were Jae/Intangible Motivation, Yvette G. Santana and She So Cold. Listen to all tonight at 8:00 PM (EST).…
 
Don Kingfisher Campbell, MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles, taught Writers Seminar at Occidental College Upward Bound for 36 years, been a coach and judge for Poetry Out Loud, a performing poet/teacher for Red Hen Press Youth Writing Workshops, L.A. Coordinator and Board Member of California Poets In The Schools, poetry ed…
 
Tanya (Hyonhye) Ko Hong is a bilingual Korean American poet and translator. She has an MFA in poetry from Antioch University. Tanya is the author of four poetry collections, most recently The War Still Within: Poems of the Korean Diaspora(KYSO Flash Press, 2019), written primarily in English. Before that, she published Mother to Myself (Prunsasang …
 
Content Warning: addiction, recovery and self-harm In this honest and far ranging episode of Pocketry Presents, Scott-Patrick Mitchell takes great care in dealing with the issues surrounding the publication of their debut collection, Clean, forthcoming with Upswell Publishing in 2022. They talk about the Port Augusta train station and the Indian Pa…
 
Poet and spoken word artist, Scott-Patrick Mitchell, talks about page poetry and spoken word, memorisation and fragments, writing routines and the critical voice, movement as an editing tool, art as inspiration, writing for journal themes, LQBTA+ identity activism and archive, ecological disaster and climate change, always learning, honouring a poe…
 
Jonathan Hopkins is no stranger to the exquisite art of writing (sic). He began writing poetry at the age of 14 and continues to write over 35 years later. He has penned several short stories and over 200 pieces that range in style from sonnet to modern spoken word. His book, “Golden Dreams on Copper Wings: Life’s Flight Through Poetry” is a retros…
 
Happy or joyful poems that make you rejoice in life and the essence of being. Reflective poems about dealing with love and relationships. Inspiring poems that encourage you to take a chance, experiment, and follow your dreams to wherever the journey leads. Motivational poems that tip your life inspiration into action and foster growth and developme…
 
Editor of The Pocketry Almanack, Indrani Perera, gives indispensable advice and practical tips for emerging poets wanting to get published in literary journals. You’ll discover the biggest mistake made by emerging poets when sending in their work for publication and learn what you can do to make sure your work is read by the editors of literary jou…
 
Ana Castillo is a celebrated author of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama. Among her award-winning books are So Far from God, The Mixquiahuala Letters, Black Dove: Mamá, Mi'jo, and Me, The Guardians, Peel My Love Like an Onion, Sapogonia, Massacre of the Dreamers: Essays on Xicanisma. Her new collection of poetry is My Book of the Dead. Born an…
 
Ross Lane is the author of 10 modern poetry publications all of which deal with a search for meaning, identity and the course of life. Ross is published by Wordcatcher Publishing. His publications can be broken down into two trilogies with "The Gathering Trilogy" being formed from his first three collections "Anthology, Collection & Ensemble," and …
 
As a lifelong Storyteller, I’ve enjoyed creating stories from nature’s imagery, the imaginative adventures of childhood, and a life well-lived. Impromptu spoken word has remained my JOY, combined with song and compassion. These elements have sparked my writings, inherited from my grandmother and mother, both early childhood teachers and Civil Right…
 
Queen of improvisation, Melizarani T Selva is back to discuss audience reactions and investment, writing pantoums, earning a feature set, the open mic animal, curating a tight set, comedy, Draupadi and the Mahabharata, adding movement, making mistakes and forgetting lines, improvisation and the ephemeral nature of performance, sharing before perfor…
 
Ryan Quinn Flanagan is a Canadian-born author who lives in Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada with his wife and many bears that rifle through his garbage. His work has appeared both in print and online in such places as: The New York Quarterly, Evergreen Review, Cultural Weekly, Setu, GloMag and The Oklahoma Review. He enjoys listening to the blues and c…
 
Benito Pastoriza Iyodo is an author of poetry, poetics, fiction and literary articles. The themes of his literary works include: man's evolution from childhood to adulthood, examination of self, the precipices of culture and its rituals, violence in the cities, examination of stereotypes, the constructs of communication, gender roles and sexuality,…
 
Spoken word artist and poet, Melizarani T Selva on ending poems, secret newsletters, collectors' notebooks, a perpetual state of writing, why she'll never admit to writer's block, validity of bullet points, metaphor generators, permission to write, advice for BIPOC writers and the hamster wheel of grief. Buy her book, Taboo, from Lit Books in Malay…
 
Kiana Balacich is a writer, musician, and educator from New York City. Kiana hosts the Instagram Live poetry show "Words and Music" on @Poetconnection, and the poetry fundraiser "Heal and Help" with Kelly Myerson and Vania Verses. Kiana's published features include the Eve Poetry Magazine and the forthcoming "Poets Against Poverty Volume 2."…
 
James Nguyen is a serial entrepreneur who has previously been featured across CNBC, Sky, ABC and been a contributing writer on Forbes. In jqn, James is able to distill his experience and lessons about life and business through the beauty of spoken word poetry. His topics range from truths about life, love, and spirituality; while he also expounds o…
 
Indran Amirthanayagam (www.indranmx.com) writes in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Haitian Creole. He has published twenty poetry books, including the forthcoming Blue Window (translated by Jennifer Rathbun),The Migrant States (www.hangingloosepress.com), Coconuts on Mars, The Elephants of Reckoning(winner 1994 Paterson Poetry Prize), Unci…
 
We hear Angela Costi read her poem Coburg and learn about stanzas and end stopped lines. You can read the poem in Angela's latest collection of poetry, An Embroidery of Old Maps and New published by Spinifex Press and you can find her on Facebook at AngelaCostiPoetics.โดย Pocketry
 
Debbie Monteggia lives in Mesa, AZ with her husband and two dogs. She works in the design industry as an interior designer. She enjoys bicycling, walking and playing pickleball. Debbie is very dedicated to giving back and will allocate a percentage of her book sales to a basic needs charity. Debbie also sells individual poems from the book that can…
 
Martin Graff is an artist, author, musician, and extreme-chin-beard enthusiast living in Arlington, VA. He imagines and illustrates faces―human, animal, alien, abstract―and writes poetic prose to associate with each. His live spoken-word show adds original piano compositions to heighten the experience. “It started in childhood. To amuse the five-ye…
 
Born in Virginia, Bill Cushing grew up in New York, attended school in Pennsylvania, began college in Missouri but quickly found himself back in Virginia and New York as well as Florida, Maryland, Texas, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico before moving to California in 1996. When he began his studies at the age of 37, he edited GO magazine, an alt…
 
Master of form, Dr Mark Tredinnick, joins us again to talk about entering poetry competitions. With a guest appearance from Dante the dog, this wide ranging conversation covers the joy and mystery of trees and children, commissions vs writing prompts, the high octane combination of faith and scepticism, the impact of wining money on a poetry practi…
 
Prachi Kothari is a 10-yr-old author and has published many books in her series, "The lightning bulbs of my heart". She was born on 10th December 2009 in Mumbai, India. Along with that, she is an excellent blogger at her site: exemplaryprachi.blogspot.com where she wrote 50 blogs in 10 days. She also works as a young writer freelancer at Fiverr. Sh…
 
A short and sweet poem to end our first season of Pause For Poetry. Sara Teasdale was a leading female voice in American poetry at the beginning of the 20th Century, won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1917 and saw much critical and popular success. https://mypoeticside.com/show-classic-poem-30442 We're taking a little break over summer but will be …
 
Maureen Mays is a published author of The Color of Life in the House of Mei, Love Still Smiles on Dark Days, Because She Had Something to Say and Married: It’s Complicated. Writing has been a therapeutic pastime that was discovered in her teenage years. Her love for writing was rekindled after many years of being a closet writer. She now Blogs, spe…
 
A sort of elegy written for a flower, this poem uses the image of the dead rose as a reflection of the fragiliy of life. Barrett Browning was an incredibly successful and talented poet who, through her marriage to poet Robert Browning, became very well-known in her lifetime. https://allpoetry.com/A-Dead-Rose Find out more about Pause for Poetry at …
 
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