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Poet Jorge Sánchez has been contemplating how poets find the forms that they write in when the majority of poets don't use traditional forms. We talk about constraints born of ch...

This week poet Hank Lazer joins us to talk about docupoetry, his shape writing, keeping open the gateway of poetry, poetry as phonomenolgy of spiritual experience, and how we can m...

This week poet and musician Matt Hart joined us by Skype from his basement lair, and we had a great conversation about teaching poetry writing to visual arts students, the intersec...

This week poet, teacher, and editor Ralph Adamo joins us to chat about teaching poetry, the editing process and how poems are language trying to tell the truth. He shares some of h...

This week poet Shafer Hall joins us to talk about his long time collaboration with poet John Cotter and their new project: writing poetry about pieces of visual art. We talk about ...

This week we're talking about allusions in poetry. Why and how do poets use them and what does it say about who we are as humans? We read poems by Keats, Emily Dickinson, Gregory C...

This week poet Laura Goldstein joins us to tell us about the workshop she held this week at The Dragonfly: "Collective Experiment in Audience," and she reads us a solstice poem tha...

This week we start off talking about how we taught a visual poetry workshop at NOCCA and how that went, but as we talk about teaching, what we learned, and how best to present poet...

This week we look at the story of John Whitcomb Riley and how his pursuit of fame as a poet led him to forge a posthumous Edgar Allen Poe poem that briefly took the literary world ...

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