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The Daily Poem offers one essential poem each weekday morning. From Shakespeare and John Donne to Robert Frost and E..E Cummings, The Daily Poem curates a broad and generous audio anthology of the best poetry ever written, read-aloud by David Kern and an assortment of various contributors. Some lite commentary is included and the shorter poems are often read twice, as time permits. The Daily Poem is presented by Goldberry Studios. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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.
 
The Speakeasy Cafe's Sound of Ink open-mic poetry show airs every Thursday at 5pm west coast / 8 pm east coast time! Hosted by Nyla Alisia, this show offers non-stop poetic entertainment where it is all about YOU the POETS! The Speakeasy Cafe is an eclectic, supportive, passionate and inspiring place to come share your words, listen to other poets, inspire and be inspired! Poets write because they have something to say, Come take the mic and say it! You are always welcome at the Speakeasy Cafe!
 
Classic Poetry Aloud gives voice to poetry through podcast recordings of the great poems of the past. Our library of poems is intended as a resource for anyone interested in reading and listening to poetry. For us, it's all about the listening, and how hearing a poem can make it more accessible, as well as heightening its emotional impact. See more at: www.classicpoetryaloud.com
 
Poetry as F*ck is a spoken word podcast, containing three different shows: 'Poets Against Humanity' - a Creative Commons remix of 'Cards Against Humanity' where poets desecrate each others' work in a panel show format. 'Lies, Dreaming' - a digital open mic night based around a theme, with recorded spoken word submitted by listeners. 'Eight Poems That, If You Had To Be Trapped In Some Way For a Prolonged Period Of Time With Little Hope of Rescue, You'd Quite Like to Bring Along For Coping Pur ...
 
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 ...
 
On the LRB Podcast you'll find recent (and not so recent) pieces read by the author; our 'Close Reading’ series, in which Seamus Perry and Mark Ford consider 20th century poets through the lens of the pieces written about them in the LRB; and a range of other conversations on topics and writers covered in the paper.
 
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 book club podcast where Dave Warneke has read the book so you don't have to. Each episode Dave tells two special guests all about a classic novel or play, and by the end of the show, both you and they can pretend you've read it. From Austen to Tolstoy, Shakespeare to Hemingway... Devour a classic in a single sitting.
 
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.
 
Because reading is interpretation, The Well Read Poem aims to teach you how to read with understanding! Hosted by poet Thomas Banks of The House of Humane Letters, these short episodes will introduce you to both well-known and obscure poets and will focus on daily recitation, historical and intellectual background, elements of poetry, light explication, and more! Play this podcast daily and practice reciting! The next week, get a new poem. Grow in your understanding and love of poetry by lea ...
 
Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's ...
 
This is simply me reading stuff. "Stuff" being poems and literature and essays and letters. And I'm also talking and praising and laughing and almost crying and hating and living and dying and loving and some other stuff. I try to keep this under 10 minutes because I have a deep fear of boring people.
 
Come with us on a journey of discovery at Litpoetry where we read, analyze and discuss inspirational poetry from around the world by established, new, and emerging poets. The Litpoetry Podcast aims is to fire up your love of poetry and give you the understanding required to more fully appreciate this magnificent art. Featuring an intoxicating mix of poetry and music, join our host and published poet-in-residence, James Laidler, as he walks you through a tangled labyrinth of mysterious words ...
 
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.
 
A treasure trove of more than two hundred poems, this gem of an anthology compiled by Mary E Burt is indeed a most valuable set of poems to read or listen to. Published in 1904, Poems Every Child Should Know contains some well-loved verses like Thomas Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard, Lewis Carroll's delightful parody Father William, Felicia Hemans' deeply-moving Casablanca and other favorites. It also has lesser-known but equally beautiful pieces like Henry Wadsworth Longfellow' ...
 
From BorderSenses & Papagayo, this podcast dissects culturally-relevant literature: novels, memoirs, poetry, comics, zines, & short stories. We love reading & analyzing books, comparing their adaptations, & connecting their allusions. Sometimes, we feature special guests, including the authors themselves. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/literallyliterary/support
 
Art and entertainment inspire each of us in different ways. But have you ever wondered what inspires the people who create our cultural touchstones? On The Spark Parade podcast, your host Adam Unze geeks out with artists and entertainers about their cultural spark of inspiration. Everything from Shakespeare to South Park. You’ll hear from artists like Conor Oberst on Northern Exposure, Roisin Murphy on Terrence Conran’s The House Book and Adrian Young on Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On. The Sp ...
 
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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 …
 
Poet Rob Carney reads from his new book "Call and Response" just out from Black Lawrence Press. He also shares some of the advice he gives poetry students and a poem from his previous book, "The Book of Sharks."Get a copy of "Call and Response" here: https://blacklawrencepress.com/books/call-and-response/SUBMIT TO THE OPEN MIC OF THE AIR! www.poetr…
 
Chris and Emily of the Book Cougars join me for discussion part 1 of our joint readalong - When the Light of the World was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through: A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry edited by Joy Harjo et al. I also recorded the group discussion some of the Reading Envy Readers had, so I've included the majority of that discussion…
 
Chiamaka Enyi-Amadi reads How to Survive a Pandemic in this episode of Words Lightly Spoken, a podcast of poetry from Ireland. The poem was commissioned by the National Concert Hall in Ireland for the Notes from a Quiet Land event. The Words Lightly Spoken podcast is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland and is a Rockfinch production.…
 
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…
 
The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED! Show time: 5:00 pm West coast - 8:00 pm East coast REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!! The call in number is 646-595-3965 Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and t…
 
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…
 
Philosopher Todd Dufresne has written a three-part lecture series for IDEAS, entitled: Climate Change and the Unborn Future: Capitalism, Philosophy, and Pandemic Politics. He argues that the way we live needs a stem-to-stern overhaul — and a new philosophy of the Anthropocene to see the world with new eyes. This is his second lecture, Lessons Learn…
 
Described by Claire Louise Bennett as ‘lithe and ambitious’ and by Toby Litt as ‘a miracle in book form’, Isobel Wohl’s debut Cold New Climate (Weatherglass) is likely to be one of the most talked about novels of 2021. Encompassing the limits and expectations of love, life and family and the devastation and elation each of those can bring, and our …
 
This episode marks the end of Season 4, and new episodes will begin airing on July 7th. We’re closing Season 4 with Ben Self, who is a teacher and contributor to Mockingbird, an organization that describes itself as being “devoted to connecting the Christian faith with the realities of everyday life.” It’s a progressive group and Ben runs their new…
 
Singer Marzz joins me this week to talk about her spark of inspiration, Kehlani's smash hit debut album SweetSexySavage. We talk about the comfort Marzz found in listening to Kehlani's music as a teenager, the importance of out and proud queer, trans and gender non-conforming public figures and the joy of loving and accepting yourself. Links: Marzz…
 
In today’s Special Edition of the Read-Aloud Revival podcast, you’ll meet the man behind Make Way for Ducklings. Robert McCloskey was the first to win two Caldecott Awards, and his books are arguably among the most celebrated picture books of all time. His most popular picture book wouldn’t stay on the page, either. His ducks became permanent sculp…
 
It's a novel so strange, shocking and surreal that it's hard to describe. At the surface, Bear is about a woman who develops a sexual relationship with a bear. And though the 1976 novel earned Marian Engel a Governor General's award, it's been largely forgotten. Contributor Melissa Gismondi brings Bear to life and explores its mystery, meaning and …
 
This poem was written in 1908 by Australian Henry Lawson. Lawson is regarded as one of the finest Australian poets of his time and was the first writer to be given a state funeral on his death in 1922. http://www.ironbarkresources.com/henrylawson/InTheDaysWhenWeAreDead.html Find out more about Pause for Poetry at http://airglowaudio.com/pfp…
 
Tariq Ali talks to Thomas Jones about a newly reissued biography of the Prophet by Maxime Rodinson, and the historic prevalence of Arabic culture in the West, from Don Quixote to Trafalgar Square. Find Tariq Ali's review and other related pieces in the LRB here: https://lrb.me/muhammadcervantespod Subscribe to the LRB from just £1 per issue: https:…
 
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…
 
On this episode of Book Cheat, Dave has read Go Tell It On The Mountain. Hearing all about James Baldwin's landmark semi autobiographical novel is Sami Shah and Alex Ward. Support Book Cheat on Patreon: www.patreon.com/DoGoOnPod Suggest a book for Dave to cheat: https://goo.gl/jxMdiW To get in contact, email bookcheatpod@gmail.com or follow the sho…
 
Courtney drops by to discuss reading goals updates, to school Jenny on using Reddit for reading, and we may go on a few mutiny and gardening tangents. There is a content warning at the top of this episode so please listen closely! Download or listen via this link: Reading Envy 222: Minty Fresh Subscribe to the podcast via this link: Feedburner Or s…
 
The opening poem to Ilya Kaminsky’s masterpiece, “Deaf Republic,” is written in the voice of someone who is confessing their complacency during a time of trial. There’s a war going on, but it doesn’t affect the person speaking, so they don’t get involved. Instead they stayed outside and caught the sun. They lived happily during the war, and are now…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of The Well Read Poem podcast. In this third season we will explore six lyric poems by the great English modernist W. H. Auden. The study of Auden’s poetry is in many respects a study of the 20th Century itself, and of its religious, philosophical, and political concerns. Auden was one of the great chroniclers of the so-called “…
 
Dr S Naqvi shares in this podcast on why she started writing. #86 Mein kyun likhti hun? میں کیوں لکھتی ہوں | Urdu Adab If you would like to support the show that would mean the world to us. Please take some time out and leave a review for the podcast and share it with your friends and family. Please head over to Patreon and support the podcast. You…
 
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…
 
Connor and Jack explore the poem "Into the Racism Workshop" by award-winning, Menominee, two-spirit poet, Chrystos. Along the way they discuss the long, complex histories held in the term two-spirit, the wry humor in Chrystos' poem, and the note of tempered hope on which it ends.Into the Racism WorkshopBy: ChrystosFor Alma Banda Goddardmy cynical f…
 
I have a fraught relationship with Amazon. On the one hand, they provide a facility for me to publish my books (including my poetry books. Ahem) and also get pretty much whatever I realize I need with a few swipes and taps while also donating a tiny bit of that purchase back to an organization for which I care. ON THE OTHER HAND, Amazon exploits pe…
 
Middle grade historical fiction author Cheryl King's publication debut, SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD, releases on Tuesday! She joins Peter Fenton for a chat about children's literature and the value of writing contests! You can order a copy of SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD from Bookshop.org, Amazon.com or directly through City Limits Publishing at htt…
 
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