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Read: Shelley Wong's poem "To Yellow," which she reads on Episode 24. Shelley Wong is the author of As She Appears (YesYes Books, May 2022), winner of the 2019 Pamet River Prize. Her poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Best American Poetry, Kenyon Review, and New England Review. She is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and fellowships fr…
 
Listen: On Apple, Spotify, Google and elsewhere Read: "Unicorn Kidz Dance Under the Moonlight, Too" at SplitLip jason b. crawford (They/Them) is a writer born in Washington DC, raised in Lansing, MI. Their debut chapbook collection Summertime Fine is out through Variant Lit. Their second chapbook Twerkable Moments is out from Paper Nautilus Press. …
 
Read: "Hurricane Family," published at Moist Poetry Journal. Marlanda Dekine’s debut full-length poetry collection, Thresh & Hold, is the winner of Hub City Press's 2021 New Southern Voices Poetry Prize and is forthcoming in March 2022. MARLANDA DEKINE’S WORK HAS BEEN PUBLISHED OR IS FORTHCOMING IN OXFORD AMERICAN, POETRY, EMERGENCE MAGAZINE, BEEST…
 
Listen: On Apple, Spotify, Google, and more Read: a selection of haiku by Lenard D. Moore at the North Carolina Haiku Society Lenard D. Moore is an internationally acclaimed poet and anthologist. His literary works have been published in more than sixteen countries and translated into more than twelve languages. His poems, essays, short stories and…
 
Listen: On Apple, Spotify, Google and elsewhere. Read: Amanda Moore's poem "Labor as an Exotic Vacation," which she reads on Episode 20. Amanda Moore’s debut collection of poetry, Requeening, was selected for the 2020 National Poetry Series by Ocean Vuong and published by HarperCollins/Ecco in October 2021. Her poems have appeared in journals and a…
 
Donna Vorreyer is the author of To Everything There Is (2020), Every Love Story is an Apocalypse Story (2016) and A House of Many Windows (2013), all from Sundress Publications. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Ploughshares, Waxwing, Poet Lore, Cherry Tree, Salamander, Harpur Palate, and other journals. She lives in the suburbs of Chicago wher…
 
Twila Newey has an M.F.A. in Writing and Poetics from Naropa. Her poems were finalists for the 2019 Coniston Prize at Radar Poetry and won honorable mention in the 2019 JuxtaProse Poetry Contest. You can read recent work at Interim Poetics, Sugarhouse Review, Green Mountains Review, and Moist Poetry journal. Twila lives in Northern California at th…
 
Read: Kasey Jueds' poem "Kittatinny," which she reads on the episode. Kasey Jueds a poet living in the Catskill Mountains in New York. Kasey poems have appeared or are forthcoming in publications including American Poetry Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Bennington Review, Cave Wall, Cincinnati Review, Colorado Review, Crazyhorse, Denver Quarterly, N…
 
Read: "Mandala of the Soapy Water," that Chloe reads on the episode Chloe Martinez is a poet and a scholar of South Asian religions. She is the author of the collection Ten Thousand Selves (The Word Works) and the chapbook Corner Shrine (Backbone Press). Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in AGNI, Ploughshares, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah …
 
Read: Angie Mazakis's poem "Oh, My Kidneys," which she reads on the episode, and Han’s review of I Was Waiting to See What You Would Do First. Angie Mazakis's first book of poetry, I Was Waiting to See What You Would Do First, was chosen by Billy Collins as a finalist for the 2020 Miller Williams Prize and was published by University of Arkansas Pr…
 
Listen: On Apple, Google, Spotify, and elsewhere. Read: Alina's poem "Apologia," which she reads on Episode 14. Alina Stefanescu was born in Romania and lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her partner and several intense mammals. Recent books include a creative nonfiction chapbook, Ribald (Bull City Press Inch Series, Nov. 2020) and Dor, which won th…
 
Read: Christian's poem "when my days fill with ghosts" at Hayden's Ferry Review, which Christian reads on the episode. Christian J. Collier is a Black, Southern writer, arts organizer, and teaching artist who resides in Chattanooga, TN. His works have appeared or are forthcoming in Hayden’s Ferry Review,The Michigan Quarterly Review, Atlanta Review…
 
Read: Amorak Huey's poem "CHILDHOOD GOES KALEIDOSCOPE, KALEIDOSCOPE, KALEIDOSCOPE, GUN" at American Poetry Review Amorak Huey is a poet and professor, a writer and sometime journalist, a decent dad and a mediocre slow-pitch softball player. He pronounces his first name uh-MOR-ack. Amorak is author of four poetry collections: Dad Jokes from Late in …
 
Read: Lyd Havens' poem "I only mis-gender myself when Fleetwood Mac comes on" (flypaper lit), which they read on Episode 11 Lyd Havens is a reader and writer currently living in Boise, Idaho. Their work has previously been published in Ploughshares, The Shallow Ends, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and Foglifter, among others. They are the author of the …
 
Read: Anuja Ghimire's poem "Orlando" and Burgi Zenhaeusern's "Self-Portrait as Granatöpfel" Anuja Ghimire is a Nepal-born writer of poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. She is the author of Kathmandu (Unsolicited Press, 2020), fable-weavers (Ethelzine, 2022), and two poetry books in Nepali. A Best of the Net and Pushcart nominee, Anuja w…
 
Read: Several poems from The Valley. Esteban Rodríguez is the author of five poetry collections, most recently The Valley (Sundress Publications 2021), and the essay collection Before the Earth Devours Us (Split/Lip Press 2021). He is the Interviews Editor for the EcoTheo Review, Senior Book Reviews Editor for Tupelo Quarterly, and Associate Poetry…
 
Read: "Dear Hannah," and other poems Laura Wetherington’s first book, A Map Predetermined and Chance (Fence Books 2011), was selected by C.S. Giscombe for the National Poetry Series. The Brooklyn Rail called the book “humble, folksy, romantic, tough, inventive, and not over-programmed.” Her second book, Parallel Resting Places, was chosen by Peter …
 
Read: Jessica's poem "The Ballad of the Red Wisteria" Jessica Q. Stark is a California-native, Vietnamese American poet, editor, and educator that lives in Jacksonville, Florida. She holds a BA from UC Berkeley and dual MA Degrees in English Literature and Cultural Studies from Saint Louis University’s Madrid Campus. She received her PhD in English…
 
Read: Four of C.T.’s American Cavewall Sonnets C.T. Salazar is a Latinx poet and librarian from Mississippi. His debut collection, Headless John the Baptist Hitchhiking is forthcoming in 2022 from Acre Books. He’s the author of three chapbooks, most recently American Cavewall Sonnets (Bull City Press, 2021). He’s the 2020 recipient of the Mississip…
 
Read: An interview with Kelly Cressio-Moeller at ZYZZYVA. Kelly Cressio-Moeller is a poet and visual artist. Her poems have been nominated for Pushcart Prizes, Best New Poets, Best of the Net and have appeared widely in journals and at literary websites including Gargoyle, North American Review, Poet Lore, Salamander, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Valpara…
 
Read: Carla’s Chapbook Ironbound Fados and her craft chap Eat a Persimmon Carla Sofia Ferreira is a Portuguese-American poet from Newark, New Jersey who teaches high school English in Newark today. She’s received fellowships from the Sundress Academy for the Arts and DreamYard Radical Poetry Consortium. Her micro-chap Ironbound Fados was published …
 
Read: Tom’s poem Gospel of Thomas, which he reads on Episode 3. Tom Snarsky is a math teacher who writes poetry. He is a former Robert Noyce Teaching Fellow at Tufts University and a Senior Fellow at the Knowles Teacher Initiative. He is the author of two books forthcoming from Broken Sleep in 2022: Speaking Roles, a collection of poetry interviews…
 
Read one of the poems Jessica reads on Episode 1: “The Androgynous Christ.” Jessica Cuello’s manuscript, Liar, has been selected by Dorianne Laux for the 2020 Barrow Street Book Prize, forthcoming in October 2021. She is also the author of Pricking (Tiger Bark Press 2016), winner of the 2017 CNY Book Award, and Hunt (The Word Works 2017), winner of…
 
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