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Short and unhurried, Poetry Unbound is an immersive exploration of a single poem, hosted by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Pádraig Ó Tuama greets you at the doorways of brilliant poems, and invites you to meet them with stories of your world. The poems are eager to meet you, too. For season 8, we have poems about beasts (dung beetles, horses, eagles and ourselves as well); poems with tensions between parents and children; poems about kingdoms and memories of the dead. There is translation, culture, erotic ...
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La poesia è arte, sentimento, cervello, vita, parole spesso semplici, capaci di elevare il nostro spirito. Danila Russo ci accompagna in questo viaggio nel mondo dell'inchiostro tremolante, delle macchie sul foglio... Ogni due martedì alle 21:30 su https://juiceradioitalia.it
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A quarterly publication of the Vita Poetica Arts & Faith Collective, our online journal features creative work explored through a spiritual lens. Vita Poetica connects and upholds artists of faith, enlivening spiritual conversations through the arts. Learn more about us at www.vitapoetica.org. -- Hosted by Vita Poetica Journal Editors Music by John Morris Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vita-poetica/support
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Poetically Yours
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Poetically Yours

Northern Public Radio

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Get ready to hear from northern Illinois’ “prose pros." Hosted by WNIJ Arts Reporter Yvonne Boose, you will hear voices from northern Illinois poets as they share their words about the world around them. If you would like to submit a poem for consideration, please send submissions to yboose@niu.edu
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The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote "a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry". Since then, it has grown into one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has more than 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. With innovative education and commissioning programmes and a packed calendar of performances, readings and competitions, the Poetry Soci ...
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The Poetry of Reality is hosted by world renowned truth-teller, evolutionary biologist and best-selling author, Professor Richard Dawkins. He has been celebrated globally for his honest critique of religion and tradition and his push for critical thinking. His books include The Ancestor’s Tale, The Selfish Gene, The Blind Watchmaker, Climbing Mount Improbable, Unweaving the Rainbow, A Devil’s Chaplain, The God Delusion, The Greatest Show on Earth, The Magic of Reality, his two-part autobiogr ...
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This interview podcast explores what drives people to pen poems. Each guest is tied to Ohio's poetry scene in some way. Over the course of the conversation, we discuss inspirations, aspirations, and perspirations. Created by the Ohio Poetry Association, hosted by Jeremy Jusek.
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Planet Poetry
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Planet Poetry

Robin Houghton & Peter Kenny

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Love poetry? Join Robin and Peter and their guests as they read poems, chat about all things poetry and generally explore the bedazzling world of Planet Poetry. Since we started this podcast in 2020 we've interviewed dozens of poets and poetry editors, discussed all the thorny issues about the poetry world and delved into our favourite poetry past and present. We don't have sponsors and we don't interrupt the flow with ads, so if you like what we do, please buy us a coffee or two at buymeaco ...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/keya2/subscribe Keya is the author of The Healing Poetic Expression Series, a three part series of self published books of poetry. My Words Healed My Soul, The Constant Road to Healing and The Depths of My Soul Healed Through Love & Empowerment. She is the visionary author of HEALINaire and author of Cigar Chronicles: Sister of the Leaf Poetic Storytelling. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/keya2/support
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Poetry For All
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Poetry For All

Joanne Diaz and Abram Van Engen

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This podcast is for those who already love poetry and for those who know very little about it. In this podcast, we read a poem, discuss it, see what makes it tick, learn how it works, grow from it, and then read it one more time. Introducing our brand new Poetry For All website: https://poetryforallpod.com! Please visit the new website to learn more about our guests, search for thematic episodes (ranging from Black History Month to the season of autumn), and subscribe to our newsletter.
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Welcome to Poetry Space Podcast with me your host Matt Foster, where I talk about: poetry, life, love, relationships and some sound advice and also I host Late Night Sessions every Friday night, so make sure you check me out weeknights at 9pm!And end your day off on a positive note with spoken word right here on The Poetry Corner Podcast! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/poetryspacepodcast/support
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Simply Story Poetry is my collection of general life poetry and poems that follow my spiritual journey through life that I have written over the years. My general poems are about nature, life reflection, family and friend relationships, people I have met, and places I have seen. My poems tell a Story in poetic rhythm and rhyme. Read my poems on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Linkedin and at simplystorypoetry.com and buy verse products at my beverleyjoy Redbubble Shop.
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The show is hosted by fourth generation cattleman R.P. Smith, and comes to you weekly from the Pine Crest Ranch, his home place, near Broken Bow Nebraska. Over the past few years R.P. has been supporting his ranching habit by entertaining folks throughout the country. During his performances he shares his brand of cowboy poetry and country commenta…
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Inspired to be a poet since the age of six when they saw the spoken word poet Adrian Green at the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts, Cyndi wrote their first spoken word poem nine years later. Since then, Cyndi has been a three-time NIFCA award winning poet who has represented Barbados in poetry slams and festivals in Africa, Europe, a…
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Look at this ‘graph. Show notes My interview with Aaron Irwin The Poet Tasters by Ben Etherington milk and honey by Rupi Kaur Kate Baer Peter Craven Martin Duwell’s Australian Poetry Review Ep 196. James Jiang: A certain claustrophobia The journals: Cordite, Australian Book Review, Rochford Street Review, Mascara, Southerly, Rabbit, Sydney Review o…
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For 20 years, we used to revel in bonhomie at our favorite haunt, the Montpellier Quarter in Harrogate. We were known as the Montpellier Mice, who were eventually picked off by the birds of prey. The pubs we frequented, the Blues Bar and The Slut and Fetish, are now a thing of the past. Today, we find ourselves caught in the big dry. We lost quite …
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Trust yourself despite what others may think or perceive. You have discernment and intuition to protect yourself and identify things that are pertinent to your health and well being. Honor your feelings and trust that. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/keya2/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.…
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Dear Penguin Random House… Show notes Avenue Bookstore Faber & Faber’s “liberty” poetry diary, normal poetry diary & journal Feud: Capote vs. The Swans Answered Prayers by Truman Capote As You Know, Bob Uncertainty Principle at Dawn by Catherine Barnett Everyman’s Library Pocket Poets Nightmare Magazine Uncanny Magazine Adam Ford John Mateer Ep 228…
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The word “flush” is a verb, as in an activity that we do umpteen times a day. It’s also an adjective that conveys abundance. Fittingly, Rita Wong’s poem “flush” offers a praise song to water’s expansive and unceasing presence in our lives — from our toilets to our teacups, from inside our bodies to outside our buildings, and from our soil to our sk…
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This episode explores new research, which has detected the faint light of stellar corpses beside predator stars. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific study that inspired it here. Read ‘Stars’ by Marjorie Pickthall here. --- Music by Rufus Beckett. --- Follow Sam on social media and send in any questions or comments for the…
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Today, the cardinal sin we call greed ultimately originated from our primal need to consume and nourish ourselves while attempting to outrun savage predatory rivals in the life-or-death struggle of our Stone Age survival. Greed also enabled us to establish stronger lineages for the future generations of our species. Later on, religion assumed a lea…
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Musing about Lord Kitchener, whose saber-rattling speeches turned into sermons that garnered rapturous applause in Whitehall and Westminster. Unfortunately, his young, inexperienced soldiers were dying at a rate of 6,000 a day. He had "avoid wine and women" printed into their guidebooks for war, referring to French prostitutes. With a life expectan…
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I have often been cruel. Knowingly, unconsciously. With people closest to me, and invariably because I take them for granted. So it is a mini tragedy, when I sit down and have a conversation - and I’m short, I’m angry, I’m sarcastic. Take my mum - she is frail now, though her voice still has passion, but is veering towards gentle tones now. And I c…
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A poem about the complacency of our society, which is tantamount to exuding a kind of trendy triviality towards the forthcoming temperature rise of two degrees. You'd think we were talking about the arrival of a couple of cream teas, not the apocalyptic destruction of our species.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/…
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História: "Escolhas que Brilham", De: Silvia Camossa, Ilust. Camila Mesquita. Ed. Callis. Por: Vera Borges - Bibliotecária - Bauru - SP - Brasil. "Escolhas que Brilham apresenta uma séria e bonita discussão sobre qual é a cor perfeita para pintarmos a nossa vida. Quem pode nos orientar nesta grande tarefa? Grandes artistas ou um desafiante processo…
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Conto: “Restos de Carnaval”, de Clarice Lispector - Extraído do livro: “Felicidade clandestina”, da Editora Rocco. Por: Vera Borges, Bibliotecária – Cidade: Bauru, Estado de São Paulo – Brasil.Esse conto, narra a experiência de Clarice Lispector, quando menina com 8 anos de idade, que gostava de carnaval, mas vivia num ambiente triste, com sua mãe …
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Maxim D. Shrayer reads his poem, "My Woven Kipa," and Matthew E. Henry reads his poems, "found" and "subtlety: an assay." Maxim D. Shrayer is a bilingual author and a professor at Boston College. He was born in Moscow and emigrated in 1987. His recent books include A Russian Immigrant: Three Novellas and Immigrant Baggage, a memoir. Shrayer’s new c…
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The last update of a human brain was in the mid to late stone age hence why we still carry the trait of wrath , some believe it's one of the seven deadly sins whilst others say its an instinct left over from the sapiens savage survival upon the African savannah .--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steven-richardson5…
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Read: "A Poem for Retired Lighthouses," Little Blue Marble Purchase: And We Are Far From Shore: Poems for Our Flag Means Death (Ethel Zine Press, 2023) Catherine Rockwood (she/they) lives in Massachusetts. She reads and edits for Reckoning Magazine and reviews books for Strange Horizons. Their poetry chapbooks, And We Are Far From Shore: Poems for …
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Bro — this is definitely not the “Beowulf” that you read back in school. Maria Dahvana Headley’s gutsy, swaggering translation brings the Old English epic poem roaring into this century, showing you why this tale of fraught family ties, power plays and posturing, and mighty, imperfect people is as relevant as ever. Maria Dahvana Headley is the New …
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A preacher told me that all of us come pre-packaged with the seven shades of sin, which are basically our primitive seven instincts of survival that were needed while hunter-gathering on the savage African Savannah. Through evolution and ecclesiastical endeavors, we have been trying to adapt our mammalian species to a more sentient state of being e…
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In this interview with philosopher Dan Dennett, we discussed his brilliant book I've Been Thinking and the evolution of not just humankind, but of language and culture. We explored questions like: What is the future of human consciousness? And what role do AI technology and deep fakes play in our understanding of truth and reality? ________________…
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