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    For Charlie

    From Audio Poem of the DayNovember 2020

    By Ruben Quesada

    Poetry Magazine Podcast
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    From The Poetry Magazine PodcastNovember 2020

    young and Diggs both work with words, sound, image—and bodies—as Diggs’s puts it. On today’s show, they talk about funk, Dolly Parton, taking notes, polyglots, and how these different cadences resonate in young’s series peestain. In these collages and poems, featured in the November issue of Poetry, young weaves his own history with the lives of his students and characters like Willis Jackson from the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes. The familiarity and openness of the references are as heartening as they are devastating. Nothing is neat. Nothing is predictable in young’s work—or Digg’s—as you’ll hear today. In the course of the conversation, Diggs reads one of her own poems and a poem by Carl Hancock Rux.

    • Audio
      From The Poetry Magazine PodcastOctober 2020

      When we asked Ed Roberson who he’d like to speak with on the show he said: Lyn Hejinian. Longtime friends despite living vastly far apart –?Lyn in Berkeley and Ed...

    • Audio
      From The Poetry Magazine PodcastOctober 2020

      Oli Rodriguez and Xandria Phillips on queer familia, ephemeral cruising spots, McDonald’s polaroid film, and much more. Rodriguez’s “Papi, Papi, Papi” appears in the October 2020 issue of?Poetry.

    • Audio
      From The Poetry Magazine PodcastJuly 2020

      Kit Fan talks with Alice Oswald about her latest book,?Nobody. Fan’s review of the book appears in the July/August 2020 issue of?Poetry.

    • Audio
      From The Poetry Magazine PodcastJuly 2020

      Justice Leah Wards Sears talks about how Margaret Walker’s poem “For My People” has been a resource for her throughout her life. Justice Sears’s essay, “Love for My People,” appears...

    Poetry Off the Shelf
    From Poetry Off the ShelfNovember 2020

    Alexandria Hall on farm sounds, solo time, and the way into a difficult poem.

    • From Poetry Off the ShelfOctober 2020

      EJ Koh on distance, broken English, and writing poems that forgive.

    • From Poetry Off the ShelfOctober 2020

      Will Harris on mixedness, intimacy, and the music of difficult poems.

    • From Poetry Off the ShelfSeptember 2020

      Camille Dungy on words, home, and motherhood in times of climate collapse.

    • From Poetry Off the ShelfSeptember 2020

      Joy Ladin on the failures of language, courage, and?the trans parable of Jonah and the Whale.

    Vs.
    From VSNovember 2020

    Nandi Comer climbs in the ring with Franny and Danez for this wonderful, warm episode of VS. The Detroiter, whose new book Tapping Out is available now from Northwestern University Press, talks about her love of lucha libre mexican wrestling, writing into a tradition that isn’t her own, the ways that academia can rob poets of their humanity, and DETROIT!

    Pick up Nandi’s book Tapping Out here: https://nupress.northwestern.edu/content/tapping-out

    NOTE: Make sure you rate us on Apple Podcasts and write us a review!

    • From VSOctober 2020

      Danez and Franny have the honor and pleasure of chopping it up with the brilliant Randall Horton on this episode of the show. Randall, whose newest collection {#289-128}: Poems just...

    • From VSOctober 2020

      Carl Phillips swings by the zoodio (zoom studio) for a ticklish and insightful convo on this episode. The poet and professor talks about the power of interiority, how his relationship...

    • From VSSeptember 2020

      Ross Gay joins VS with his boisterous laugh and brilliance on hand. The poet and professor breaks down the ways we’re all entangled, the elegant lessons mycelium can teach us...

    • From VSSeptember 2020

      Airea D. Matthews knows her ghosts. The poet and professor talks with Franny and Danez about the spectres and phantasms that live in her work, the ways she wants her...

    Poem Talk
    From Poem TalkOctober 2020

    Hosted by Al Filreis and featuring Fred Wah, Meredith Quartermain, and Daphne Marlatt.

    PoetryNow
    From PoetryNowDecember 2019

    Sandra Doller meditates on aging and motherhood. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

    • From PoetryNowDecember 2019

      Stacy Szymaszek writes a poem in gratitude to her students. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

    • From PoetryNowDecember 2019

      Will Alexander finds ways of writing poems to revitalize language as a whole. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

    • From PoetryNowDecember 2019

      Christine Kanownik examines the place of religion and spirituality in secular life. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

    • From PoetryNowDecember 2019

      Evie Shockley expresses frustration over ongoing immigration policies and thinks about ways Americans might better live together. Produced by Katie Klocksin.

    Essential American Poets
    From Essential American PoetsMarch 2012

    Recordings of poet Lorine Niedecker with an introduction to her life and work. Recorded at home in 1970. Recording courtesy of PennSound.

    • From Essential American PoetsMarch 2012

      Recordings of poet Lorine Niedecker with an introduction to her life and work. Recorded at home in 1970. Recording courtesy of PennSound.

    • From Essential American PoetsJanuary 2012

      Recordings of poet Gertrude Stein, with an introduction to her life and work. Recorded?in 1934. Recording courtesy of PennSound.

    • From Essential American PoetsJanuary 2012

      Recordings of former poet laureate Charles Simic, with an introduction to his life and work. Recorded 2003, Key West, FL.

    • From Essential American PoetsDecember 2011

      Recordings of poet Alan Dugan, with an introduction to his life and work. Recorded in 1962, New York City, New York.

    Poetry Lectures
    From Poetry LecturesNovember 2015

    Malena Mörling and Jonas Ellerström discuss Swedish poetry and the challenges of translation, and they read some poems in both Swedish and English from their anthology, The Star By My Head.

    Avant-Garde All the Time
    From Avant-Garde All the TimeJanuary 2011

    An audio tour of films featuring Vito Acconci, Erik Satie, Vicki Bennett, Karl Holmquist, and more from the UbuWeb archive.

    • From Avant-Garde All the TimeSeptember 2010

      Samples from from Craig Dworkin's UbuWeb paper “Unheard Music,” featuring John Cage, Steve Reich, Mieko Shiomi, Yves Klein, and more.

    • From Avant-Garde All the TimeJuly 2010

      Audio interpretations of Gertrude Stein from the UbuWeb archives.

    • From Avant-Garde All the TimeJune 2010

      Yoko Ono flushing toilets, La Monte Young’s “Theater of Eternal Music,” Larry Miller’s baby crying, Alison Knowles onion skin music and loads more.

    • From Avant-Garde All the TimeMarch 2010

      Gertrude Stein at the Algonquin, William Carlos Williams trying to remember “The Red Wheelbarrow,” Salvador Dali on his phallic moustache, Marcel Duchamp, Jacques Derrida, and scads more from the archive.

    Chicago Poetry Tour
    From Chicago Poetry Tour PodcastOctober 2010

    Established in 1940 by the WPA's Federal Art Project, the South Side Community Art Center has provided a second home for the city's African-American artists. Haki Madhubuti, founding editor of Third World Press, reads.

    • From Chicago Poetry Tour PodcastOctober 2010

      One of the 20th century's most significant poets, Gwendolyn Brooks wrote about race in America, often from the perspective of her Bronzeville neighborhood.

    • From Chicago Poetry Tour PodcastSeptember 2010

      Margaret Walker's signature poem "For My People" encompasses the strengths and struggles of blacks not only in Chicago but throughout America.

    • From Chicago Poetry Tour PodcastSeptember 2010

      The DuSable Museum is one of the nation's premier institutions dedicated to the history, art, and culture of the African diaspora. Quraysh Ali Lansana reads from his collection They Shall...

    • From Chicago Poetry Tour PodcastAugust 2010

      Pilsen was a diverse neighborhood in Chicago long before anybody used the word “diversity.” Stuart Dybek and Ana Castillo read poems inspired by their childhoods there.

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