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Welcome to the Podcast Segment of YouTube's "The Poetry Vlog": http://youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog. Tune in for 30-minute guest discussions connecting poetry, cultural studies, and social justice. Guests range from published poets, scholars, and artists to folx just entering these conversations. C. R. Grimmer is a scholar, poet, lecturer at the University of Washington. For more info, to join the community, or to reach out: http://www.thepoetryvlog.com/ Join us: IG: http://instagram.com/thepo ...
 
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Professor A.D. Carson (AKA "Aydee the Great") discusses "academic rap," Black Studies, insights on his album and mixtap/e/ssay 'i used to love to dream'. This episode offers strategies for scholars, students, and arts communities to think about the intersections of genre, sound, form, multimodality, and race. The Poetry Vlog Season 4 debuts with a …
 
Dr. Stevi Costa (AKA Sailor St. Claire) discusses Queer and Feminist burlesque as poetry. She performs from "Striptease: The Untold Story of the Girlie Show" by Rachel Stein and shares her experiences performing with Noveltease Theatre and offers strategies for scholars, students, and arts communities to think about the intersections of burlesque p…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/Hl1jWydoCOI) Author Somaiya Daud returns and discusses erasure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, how the comic Monstress gets it right, and about representation and perspective in writing characters and story lines. -- About Somaiya: Somaiya lives, works, and writes from Seattle, Washington. In 2018…
 
Join student team member Kristin for a quick tutorial on jump-starting your productivity during quarantine, whether you're learning or working from home. Click here for the PDF of this episode designed by Mimi Hoang: https://www.thepoetryvlog.com/kristin-and-mimi-s-handout Resources from this episode: https://www.seattle.gov/mayor/covid-19#healthca…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/FsRWdc1b_z0) On this episode of The Poetry Vlog, poet and educator Jane Wong reads her original work and discusses how poetry can relate to our experiences of class, labor and community. -- About Jane: Jane Wong's poems can be found in places such as Best American Poetry 2015, American Poetry Review…
 
Tune in for this podcast-only episode with host C. R. Grimmer and the instructors behind ModPo, Anna and Davy, as they discuss the importance behind open-access education around poetry. Accessibility takes on multiple valences in this conversation, from thinking about the disability or self-termed "crip" communities to accessible costs, to geograph…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/26HAAyWZPD0) Poet and educator Adam Falkner reads his original work and discusses the value of telling our stories, as well as the value in exploring queer identity by writing into our internal contradictions. -- About Adam: Dr. Adam Falkner is a poet, educator and arts & culture strategist. He is t…
 
The first podcast-only episode of the season! Irène Mathieu reads from and discusses her newest manuscript, Grand Marronage, and delves into the lasting impact of historical oppression, the role of geography in this history, and her own experiences with these. -- About Irène: Dr. Irène P. Mathieu (she/her) is an academic pediatrician, writer, and p…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/5zt--YemFXU) This week on TPV, Prageeta Sharma reads from her book Grief Sequence, discusses the elegy form, and about connecting with abstraction. -- About Prageeta: [From https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/prageeta-sharma] Poet Prageeta Sharma was born in Framingham, Massachusetts. Her parents…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/mnfPoHxuXtE) Poet Jericho Brown joins TPV and reads his original work, discusses religion and the symbolism behind flowers in his writing, and the issues surrounding our search for similarities between ourselves and others. -- About Jericho: Jericho Brown is the recipient of fellowships from the Gug…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/HNkSf9dS4J8) Writer and educator Rachel Edelman returns to TPV, reciting and discussing her original work, exploring connections between lineage, migration, and matriarchy, and unpacking the music and meaning from Hooray for the Riff Raff. -- About Rachel: Rachel Edelman grew up in a Jewish family i…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/ZCqxFC-Nc1U) Writer and educator Casandra Lopez reads and discusses her original work, the ethics of trauma narratives, & fostering art, creativity, and connection through car remodeling. -- About Casandra: Casandra Lopez is a Chicana and California Indian (Cahuilla/Tongva/Luiseño) writer who’s rece…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/oYWmqDqVZwc) This week, poet Julie Carr reads from her most recent work and discusses poetry as it relates to installation art, the body in relation to performance and dance, the resurgence of the lyric, and the concept of blending the self. -- About Julie: Born and raised in Cambridge, Massachusett…
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: (https://youtu.be/v2FSQu9jJiQ) Poet and teacher Laura Da’ reads her new work & discusses the concept of "city" in the Shawnee language, understanding health and the body in relation to the mind and colonialism, and the effects of proper nouns in writing. -- About Laura: Laura Da’ is a poet and teacher. A lifetime res…
 
Watch the YouTube version here: (https://youtu.be/f9QBmPL_l-Y) Novelist SJ Sindu reads an original piece and discusses bringing poetic sensibility to prose writing, self-healing and establishing boundaries, and navigating femmephobia as a femme writer. -- About Sindu: SJ Sindu was born in Sri Lanka and raised in Massachusetts. Sindu’s first novel, …
 
Watch the YouTube version here: (https://youtu.be/Mj0BGd4pLG0) This week on The Poetry Vlog, Patrick Milian from Patrick and Pop Culture discusses Lana Del Rey’s most recent album and how it connects to the work of 20th-century poet John Ashbery. -- About Patrick: Patrick Milian is an instructor at Green River College in Auburn, Washington. He has …
 
Watch the YouTube episode here: https://youtu.be/2l4f50GM0EI This week, writer and artist Benjamin Ficklin reads his original work and discusses cross-genres, including rhythm as a cross-genre tool in fiction writing and performance, cross-border work and violence with the writings of Roberto Bolaño, and understanding white privilege as it relates …
 
Catch the YouTube version of this episode: (https://youtu.be/ymy4I_qoRv8). -- Poet, writer, and scholar Larissa Lai reads and discusses her original works, the differences between fiction and poetry, and introduces Affect Theory as a comparison to the enlightenment-bound self. -- About Larissa: Larissa Lai has authored six books including Salt Fish…
 
Catch the YouTube version of this episode: (https://youtu.be/0V2za1q6D_E). -- Poet and educator Chen Chen reads an original poem and discusses writing trauma, vulnerability & expectations, queer kinship & community, and how it all connects with "Home Alone." -- About Chen: Chen Chen is the author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Pos…
 
This Flash Briefing Poetry Reading features one of my favorite students, Vicco Naylor. They read their own poem, "Handplay," which we will discuss even more in tomorrow's longer episode. This and the following three short readings mark the last of the academic year and this Season Two of The Poetry Vlog, with Vicco Naylor's longer chat this weekend…
 
This Flash Briefing Poetry Reading features one of my favorite students, Vicco Naylor. They read their very own work, "Once I Tried to Kill a Man," which we will chat about later this week in our longer episode. This and the following three short readings mark the last of the academic year and this Season Two of The Poetry Vlog, with Vicco Naylor's…
 
This Flash Briefing Poetry Reading features one of my favorite students, Vicco Naylor. They read J Jennifer Espinoza's poem, "The Moon is Trans" This and the following three short readings mark the last of the academic year and this Season Two of The Poetry Vlog, with Vicco Naylor's longer chat this weekend being the last full episode of the season…
 
This Flash Briefing Poetry Reading features one of my favorite students, Vicco Naylor. They read J Jennifer Espinoza's poem, "A Guide to Reading Trans Literature." This and the following three short readings mark the last of the academic year and this Season Two of The Poetry Vlog, with Vicco Naylor's longer chat this weekend being the last full ep…
 
About: In this episode, 2019 National Youth Poet Laureates and Ambassadors Maren Lovey Wright-Kerr, Jackson Neal, Kara Jackson, and Azura Tyabji participate in a webinar before their spoken word poetry performances at The Library of Congress. We celebrate National Poetry Month, discuss "democracy" as a complex and at times troublesome word for yout…
 
This episode concludes a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine. I chat with Co-Editor and Oregon Literary Arts Fellow, Colleen Burner, on starting the online journal, calling for submission, creating a cohesive aesthetic, and being inspired by writer Shirley Jackson. Shirley Magazine is an on…
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - Today's reader: Ka…
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - Today's reader: Al…
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - - Today's reader: …
 
This episode is part of a month-long literary journal, podcast, and YouTube teaching collaboration with Shirley Magazine, a fiction and hybrid forms magazine in Portland, OR. Editors Colleen and Lauren present selections from previous publications of the journal, leading up to a longer episode on the launch of the latest issue. - Today's reader: Lu…
 
I have had a good year so far with poetry acceptances! I'll be doing some live poetry readings this spring, but here you get a peek into an online published poem of mine, "Hewn." FIVE:2:ONE published it as part of their rad online daily publications, #sideshow, so it is a fun, quick, and easy one share with you all! It is from my manuscript, The Ly…
 
Receive notifications when new episodes go live (and help me reach the benchmark that allows for a unique YouTube URL ;)). YouTube Edition of this episode (LOTS of legit sparkly add-ons that are YouTube only!) (https://youtu.be/ydt_IjyDA6M) - About: In this episode of The Poetry Vlog with Chelsea Grimmer, 2019 Seattle Youth Poet Laureate Azura Tyab…
 
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